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Cameron, Ian, - WINGS OF THE MORNING - The Story of the Fleet Air Arm in the Second World War.

Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1962, 1st edn.,288pp, 24pp half tone photo ills., 2 maps and 2 diagrams in text, light blue cloth lettered in gilt at spine, coloured pictorial dustwrapper, an account of many of the operations of the Royal Navy's Fleet Air Arm during WW2 including Norway, the Mediterranean including Taranto, convoy 'Tiger' to Alexandria, and operations in the Western Desert, the Tripitz, Bismarck and the escape of Gneisenau and Scharnhorst, the Battle of the Atlantic incl. Audacity and HG76 and Archer and HX239, the Arctic convoys JW and RA64, the Far East and Palembang, Kamikaze's and the neutralising of the Nansei Shoto airstrips, with appendices including aircraft types and specs. and lists of the names of aircrews in some specific operations, slightly cocked, lightly rubbed at tips, edges tanned, dustwrapper: price clipped lightly rubbed with very sl. loss at tips, relined at head and tail of spine, very good in a very good dustwrapper,
GBP 16.00 [Appr.: EURO 18 US$ 17.3 | JPą 2499] Book number 39894

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