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Jappy, M. J., - DANGER UXB - The Remarkable Story of the Disposal of Unexploded Bombs during the Second World War.

Channel 4 Books, London, 2001, 1st edn., 192pp, frontis in line, 8pp half tone photo ills., black cloth lettered in silver at spine, half tone photo pictorial dustwrapper,(9.5 x 6" approx.), written to accompany the Channel 4 documentary Danger Unexploded Bomb, an account of the work of the Bomb Disposal sections of the Royal Engineers in WW2 with many interviews with veterans, of the early days and the development of the skills required, with sections on Land Mines which were dealt with by Naval Rendering Mines Safe officers, and with a good account of the anti-personnel butterfly bombs particularly the raid on Grimsby in June 1943, not often mentioned in similar works, edges tanned, dustwrapper: lightly rubbed at tips, near fine in a near fine dustwrapper,
GBP 8.00 [Appr.: EURO 9.5 US$ 9.94 | JPą 1538] Book number 45248

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