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1 RIMELL, Ray. Spitfire : Supermarine Spitfire MK V.
Aeolus Publishing Limited, Vista, CA , 1985, ISBN:0918805252 
RIMELL, Ray. Spitfire : Supermarine Spitfire MK V. (Vista, CA : Aeolus Publishing Limited, 1985). Pp [1]-32. Illustrated. 4to, illustrated stapled card covers. Aeroguide Classics Number 1. The story of the Spitfire MK V with detailed line drawings and photographs. Very good. 20.00

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2 RIMELL, Ray. Spitfire II : The Canadians. First Edition in dsutjacket
Boston Mills Press, Erin, Ontario, 1999, ISBN:1550461486 
RIMELL, Ray. Spitfire II : The Canadians. Foreword by James F. "Stocky" Edwards. Artwork by Ron Lowry. (Erin, Ontario) : The Boston Mills Press, (1999). First Edition. Pp (6),1-137,(1). Double column. Illustrated throughout. Folio, blue hardcovers, silver lettering to spine. "Canadian pilots flew spitfires in over a dozen RCAF fighter squadrons and in RAF squadrons in ev ery theatre of war, including the Far East, Middle East, Malta and Italy. More than fifty years later, their memories of these battles remain among themost vivid of their lives. Robert Bracken has been collecting material for this series for the past fifteen years, from military archives, from perso nal logbooks, scrapbooks and photo albums, and from in-depth interviews with the men who were there. These are the first-person accounts of Canadians who saw wartime action first-hand. Some mourn friends lost in a few bloody seconds of battle, some express anguish over actions they might have taken,and still others recount hard-fought battles and critical victories. All e xpress deep admiration for the famous Spitfire." - from dj flap. Contents: "The Battle of Britain" by A.K.'Sheets' Ogilvie (609 Squadron); "The Battleof Britain" by William 'Yank' Nelson (74 Squadron); "The Battle of Britain " by J.Stewart Young (CD 234 Squadron); "The First FW 190" by Omer Levesque(401 Squadron); "Jeresey" by Ian 'Ormy' Ormston; "Dippe Combat" by T. Ibbo tson (401 Squadron); "Rodeo 115" by Howard A. Simpson (402 Squadron); "Baptism of Fire" by Lawrence 'Doc' Somers (403 Squadron); "Lifeboat Search" by Art Sager (421 Squadron); "Heading Not Clear" by Doug 'Duke' Warren (165 Squadron); "A Long Toime Ago" by Lorne M. Cameron (402 Squadron); "A Hot Day"by Ian Keltie (402 & 442 Squadrons); "Ramrod 95" by J.E. "Johnnie" Johnson ; "September 19. 1943" by Victor Haw (411 Squadron); "An Unlucky Day over Western France" by Edward 'Lucky' Likeness (412 Squadron); "Recollections" by R.D. Forbes-Roberts (416 Squadron); "Salerno - Friendly Fire" by Bill Hockey; "Desert War" by E.A.'Bud' Ker; "Ground Crew" by Bill Roberts (412 Squadron); "D-Day 'Pep Talk'" by Cec Brown (403 Squadron); "Air Combat" by J.D.(Doug) Lindsay (403 Squadron); "My Most Memorable Experience" by Norm Chevers (403 & 132 Squadrons); "A Great Way to Start a New Job", "Mournful" and "RWM" by W.R. 'Bill'McRae; "Dive Bomber" by Tommy Koch (401 Squadron) ; "Was It Rommel?"and "Busting the Ammo Train" by W.R.'Bill' Weeks (442 Squadron); "Photo Reconnaissance" by Harry Furniss (400 Squadron); "Photo Reconnaissance" by Mike Carr (414 Squadron); "Lazy Lady" by James B. Prendergast (430 & 414 Squadrons); "A Brief Story" by Wilf Banks (412 Squadron); "The LameFortress" [B-17] by J.J. Boyle (411 Squadron); "Rhubarb" by Michael Doyle (411 Squadron); "Sighted Sub - Sank Same" by Neil A. Burns (442 Squadron); "Buzz Bombs, Jets and Flak" by Howard C. Nicholson (402 Squadron); "Five Easy Pieces" by Brian MacConnell (402 Squadron); and "Brussels Flypast" by Lloyd Burford (432 Squadron). Very good in dustjacket. 30.00

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