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 AUSTEN, R. L.,, HIGH ADVENTURE - NAVIGATOR AT WAR.
AUSTEN, R. L.,
HIGH ADVENTURE - NAVIGATOR AT WAR.
Barry Rose, Chichester, ND (copyright 1989), xii, 230pp, 8pp half tone photo ills., flightplan to Dresden at endpapers, black cloth lettered in gilt at spine, coloured pictorial montage dustwrapper, the author joined RAF Volunteer Reserve in 1938 and was called up in October. Although potential aircrew he was unlikely, at 29, to be suitable as a pilot and trained to operate the Chain Home RDF equipment. His first operational posting was to Foreness Point near Margate and he describes Chain Home and Chain Home Low procedure and the direction of Bristol Beaufighter and Mosquito interceptors before getting the call to train as a navigator, learning the theory at the Initial Training Wing at Cambridge with navigating training and practice at Rivers in Canada, returning in 1944 to operational training in the Wellington and the Short Stirling at Stradishall, conversion to the Lancaster at Felwell before his first opertaional posting to Bomber Command 3 Group's 218 Squadron at Methwold, later posted to Chedburgh, completing one tour before the end of the war and describing in some detail use of the navigational aids in use at that period including Gee, H2S, etc., as well as accounts of raids on specific targets including Dresden, lightly rubbed at tips, dustwrapper: lightly rubbed at tips, near fine in a near fine dustwrapper,
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Book number: 40855
GBP 26.50 [Appr.: EURO 29.25 US$ 32.54 | JP¥ 3430]
Catalogue: WW2 - Air Force
Keywords: war ww2 raf bomber command 3group chain home radar navigator ITW cambridge rivers canada 218 squadron stradishall methwold chedburgh gee h2s
http://www.abfar.org.uk/_images/40/40855.jpg AUSTEN, R. L.,, HIGH ADVENTURE - NAVIGATOR AT WAR. 

 DAY, J. WENTWORTH,, FARMING ADVENTURE - A Thousand Miles through England on a Horse.
DAY, J. WENTWORTH,
FARMING ADVENTURE - A Thousand Miles through England on a Horse.
George G. Harrap, London, 1949, reprint, 253pp, frontis and 14pp half tone photo plates, maroon cloth lettered in silver at spine, photo pictorial dustwrapper, a journey with his horse through Essex, Hertfordshire, Cambridge, Norfolk and Suffolk gives a living picture of East Anglian farming in war-time, sl. cocked, lightly rubbed at extrems. and light bumps at cnrs., dustwrapper: rubbed and creased at extrems. with loss at spine ends and cnrs., large chip head of upper hinge and several other smaller chips to edges, internally repaired, very good in a poor dustwrapper,
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Book number: 32278
GBP 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 11 US$ 12.28 | JP¥ 1294]
Keywords: britain england topography east anglia essex hertfordshire cambridge norfolk suffolk countryside rural transport horse farming war ww2 home front
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 FRANZEN, PETER (EDITOR),, A collection of classic writing - NORFOLK - An Anthology.
FRANZEN, PETER (EDITOR),
A collection of classic writing - NORFOLK - An Anthology.
Eastern Daily Press / Eastern Counties Newspapers, Norwich, ND (copyright 1997), 1st edn., 127pp, numerous in text half tone pohoto ills., large format about 10 x 7 inches, lminated paper covered boards with pictorial montage, a collection of articles previously published in the regional daily newspaper 'Eastern Daily Press' during the previous 60 years, including contributions from Lilias Rider Haggard, Henry Williamson, Eric Fowler, Ralph Mottram, Adrian Bell and Charles Roberts, occasional light printing press roller smudge, very good plus,
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Book number: 32279
GBP 16.00 [Appr.: EURO 17.75 US$ 19.65 | JP¥ 2071]
Keywords: britain england topography east anglia cambridge norfolk suffolk countryside rural transport horse farming war ww2 home front
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 HACKETT, GENERAL SOR JOHN,, THE PROFESSION OF ARMS.
HACKETT, GENERAL SOR JOHN,
THE PROFESSION OF ARMS.
Sidgwick and Jackson, London, 1984, paperback, 239pp, half tone pictorial frontis, coloured and half tone ills. throughout, large format (10 x 7 inches approx.), coloured pictorial wrappers, an examination of 4,000 years of military history to reveal the forces that have shaped the role of the professional man-at-arms, from the citzen-soldiers of Athens and the solder-citizens of Sparta, the legions of Rome, the age of chivalry, of the domination of the profession by Prussia and of Napoleonic France with its massive national army, through to modern times, the text is based on the influential Lees-Knowles lectures given by the author at Cambridge in 1962, updated and amplified with a further essay on leadership, lightly rubbed at extrems., very good,
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Book number: 40367
GBP 16.50 [Appr.: EURO 18.25 US$ 20.26 | JP¥ 2135]
Catalogue: Military History
Keywords: military history knights mercenaries prussia napoleon american civil war ww1 ww2 northern ireland lees knowles lectures trinity cambridge
http://www.abfar.org.uk/_images/40/40367.jpg HACKETT, GENERAL SOR JOHN,, THE PROFESSION OF ARMS. 

 
OUSBY, IAN (FOREWORD DORIS LESSING),
THE CAMBRIDGE GUIDE TO LITERATURE IN ENGLISH.
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1996 (reprint of 1993 edn. with corrections), 1054pp, 1pp acknowledgements, many half tone ills. in text, maroon cloth lettered and decorated in gilt, '...the most authoritative survey of its subject now available in a single volume...', weighs over 2kg (4.5lbs), cnrs. lower bd. a little bumped, dustwrapper: lightly rubbed at tips, very good plus in a very good plus dustwrapper,
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Book number: 22464
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Catalogue: Reference Works
Keywords: english literature guide

 RUTTER, FRANK,, GUIDE TO CAMBRIDGE - With Illustrations of every College and Important Building.
RUTTER, FRANK,
GUIDE TO CAMBRIDGE - With Illustrations of every College and Important Building.
W. Heffer, Cambridge, 1952, 3rd imp. of 13th edn., paperback, 92pp, xx ads., folding map, many half tone photo ills., pocket format about 7 x 5 inches, coloured pictorial wrappers, general information about Cambridge together with a description of most of the important buildings of the University town, a little rubbed at extrems. with sl. flaking at spine, spine relined, faint diag. crease top cnr. upper wrapper, tiny chip lower tip lower wrapper, very good,
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Book number: 37381
GBP 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 11 US$ 12.28 | JP¥ 1294]
Keywords: cambridge
http://www.abfar.org.uk/_images/37/37381.jpg RUTTER, FRANK,, GUIDE TO CAMBRIDGE - With Illustrations of every College and Important Building. 

 TREVELYAN, G. M., O.M.,, A LAYMAN'S LOVE OF LETTERS - being the Clark Lectures delivered at Cambridge October-November 1953.
TREVELYAN, G. M., O.M.,
A LAYMAN'S LOVE OF LETTERS - being the Clark Lectures delivered at Cambridge October-November 1953.
Longmans Green and Co., London, 1954, 1st edn., vi, 125pp, dark green cloth lettered in gilt at spine, decorated dustwrapper, by the past Master of Trinity and Regius Professor of History to the University, Trevelyan lectures on English Literature as a layman, never having been a professional in the field, but in his usual lucid manner he presents six lectures on a variety of topics including debunking the professionals, faint bump head of spine, lightly rubbed at tips, edges tanned, 4 line ink inscr. front free endpaper, dustwrapper: rubbed at extrems., sl. loss at spine ends and cnrs., flaking at folds, very good in a good plus dustwrapper,
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Book number: 34038
GBP 13.00 [Appr.: EURO 14.5 US$ 15.96 | JP¥ 1682]
Keywords: miscellaneous lectures literature poetry trinity cambridge clark trevelyan
http://www.abfar.org.uk/_images/34/34038.jpg TREVELYAN, G. M., O.M.,, A LAYMAN'S LOVE OF LETTERS - being the Clark Lectures delivered at Cambridge October-November 1953. 

 UNWIN, F. T.,, FLICKS THROUGH CAMBRIDGE.
UNWIN, F. T.,
FLICKS THROUGH CAMBRIDGE.
privately published by the author, Cambridge, 1990, 1st edn., paperback original, 240pp, half tone photo ills. in text, dumpy pocket sized at about 6.5 x 4.5 inches, photo pictorial montage wrappers, an account of the early days of cinema in Cambridge, of the films that were shown and the staff of the picture palaces, as well as some of the most enthusiastic patrons and other Cambridge characters, inscribed and signed by author on title (Best wishes Fred Unwin), small mark and tiny rub on upper wrapper, very good plus,
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Book number: 39111
GBP 8.00 [Appr.: EURO 9 US$ 9.82 | JP¥ 1035]
Keywords: britain topography england east anglia cambridge cinema kinema film signed
http://www.abfar.org.uk/_images/39/39111.jpg UNWIN, F. T.,, FLICKS THROUGH CAMBRIDGE. 

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