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La Victoire Venue du Ciel

By: N/A

Price: £15.00

Publisher: France, Lavauzelle: 1991

Sellers ID: 03079

ISBN: 2702503152

Condition: As New


This book is sealed as delivered from the publishers and has not been opened , this is the reason for limited descriptions. A very clean and tight copy. View more info

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Verti-Flight No.12 1966

By: N/A

Price: £25.00

Publisher: USA, American Helicopter Society: 1966

Sellers ID: 04341

Condition: Good


This is a bound copy of the American Helicopter Society's monthly magazine Verti-Flight Volume 12 1966. The yellow boards have some light staining to the from t cover and the text block is speckled. There ink stamps on the front pages two from Westland's 1968 and one from Fairy Aviation 1966. View more info

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Verti-Flight Vol 13 1967

By: N/A

Price: £25.00

Publisher: USA, American Helicopter Society: 1967

Sellers ID: 04342

Condition: Good


This is the bound set for the year 1967 of Verti-Flight for the American Helicopter Society.This has Westland Helicopter Library stamps on the front pages. The yellow boards are lightly grubby as is the text block. View more info

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Verti-Flight Vol 16 1970

By: N/A

Price: £25.00

Publisher: USA, American Helicopter Society: 1970

Sellers ID: 04343

Condition: Good


This is the bound magazines of the American Helicopter Society - Verti - Flight Vol 16 1970 The yellow boards has staining to the front , the text block is speckled and the front pages are stamp with the Westland library stamp. One of the first pages has its lower corner torn off. View more info

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From Spitfire to Eurofighter: Forty Five Years of Combat Aircraft Design

By: Boot, Roy

Price: £15.00

Publisher: UK, Airlife Publishing Ltd: 1990

Edition: 1st Edition

Sellers ID: 03050

ISBN: 1853100935

Condition: Very Good


Roy Boot is one of the most important figures in post-war aeronautical design, and the period he covers in this book is a long and varied one in the history of aviation. Indeed, the whole book is a fitting testimonial to the author's lifetime of service to the British aircraft industry. A nice clean copy. View more info

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Per ardua ad astra: A handbook of the Royal Air Force

By: Congdon, Philip

Price: £15.00

Publisher: UK, Airlife: 1987

Edition: 1st Edition

Sellers ID: 02993

ISBN: 0906393892

Condition: Very Good


Every organisation, large or small, has its own history, customs, traditions, language and idiosyncracies - official and official. To someone joining the organisation these are often quite baffling and until learned one can remain an outsider. The RAF is no exception in this respect, and it is exactly to help anyone joining the service, or seeking a deeper understanding of how and why it operates, that this book has been written. There are bumps to the corners of the blu... View more info

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Empire of the Clouds: When Britain's Aircraft Ruled the World

By: James Hamilton-Paterson

Price: £15.00

Publisher: UK, Faber & Faber: 2010

Edition: 1st Edition

Sellers ID: 03970

ISBN: 0571247946

Condition: Very Good


In 1945 Britain inherited the title of the world's pioneer and leading builder of jet aircraft. The author captures that season of glory in a compelling story that fuses his own memories of being a schoolboy plane-spotter with a rueful history of Britain's loss of self-confidence and power. The d/w is covered in a stuck on clear plastic . View more info

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Tales of Two Air Wars

By: Macmillan, Norman.

Price: £15.00

Publisher: UK, G.Bell and Sons, Ltd: 1963

Edition: 1st Edition

Sellers ID: 02930

Condition: Good


Variety of wartime air adventure is the theme of this book, in which all stories are new or different, and true. The stories are of ordinary fighting men; men who could have been the reader's father, brother, or son. They are not about famous aces, except on occasion to give a true account of what has often been inaccurately told. The text block is grubby and spotted, the DW is also grubby, and is covered in plastic. View more info