London, Cassell, 1960.
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[Tokyo, Maruzen, 1980s]. Text in Japanese. A few related pieces of ephemera are loosely inserted.
London, Ian Allan Ltd, 1979. The Boston was later renamed the Havoc in the USAAF.
Brisbane, Gerald Reid Godschall Johnson, 1991. 53 Squadron, flying Lockheed Hudsons. Two small sheets of related ephemera are loosely inserted.
Bega, The Authors, 1994. 454 Squadron RAAF; Baltimore bombers in the Middle East.
Box Hill North, Bonall Publishing, 1980. By the author of 'A Saga of Achievement. A Story of the Men and Women who maintained and operated Radio and Radar Systems of the RAAF over 50 Years'.
Greenslopes, McCANN Publications, 1985. Signed by the author, with her address label, on the verso of the front cover. The first page bears a few tiny emphases... An ex-WAAAF Sergeant's story.
Noble Park, The Author, 1992. 'A Tasmanian Royal Australian Air Force Serviceman's World War II letters'.
Earl Shilton, Midland Counties Publications, 1980. Comprehensive; includes a date cross-reference, and a location map of the UK.
[Canberra, Royal Australian Air Force, 1971].
London, Ducimus Books, 1971. Excellent modeller's references.
Carollton, Squadron/ Signal Publications, 1981. Illustrated by Don Greer.
Fallbrook, Aero Publishers, 1969. Aero Pictorials 2.
Fallbrook, Aero Publishers, 1970. Aero Pictorials 3.
Sydney, Pan Macmillan, 2004. Among many, many other things, during WW2 Bud flew in Hurricanes, Spitfires, and Mosquitoes.
Sparkford, Patrick Stephens Limited, 1991. A comprehensive reference invaluable to any student of the air war, especially the Battle of Britain and the bombing of Britain. A related magazine article is loosely inserted.
London, Souvenir Press, 1988. The first major work on the DeHavilland Mosquito.
Sydney, Angus and Robertson, 1946.
Melbourne, Hawthorn, 1976. Two related magazine articles are loosely inserted.
Melbourne, Hawthorn, 1975.
Kenthurst, Kangaroo Press, 1997.
Berri, The Author, 1999.
Crows Nest, Allen & Unwin, 2007. Signed on the title page by the bomber pilot, David Mattingley. Also warmly inscribed, dated (26 October 2007) and signed the author to aviation historian David Vincent. Loosely inserted is the publisher's advertising flyer.
Northbridge, Access Press, 1997. One of only 500 copies.
Attadale, Neville Hodgson, 2000. 'A faithful reproduction of notes made by my father on board the SS 'Orion' while returning to Australia after surviving being shot at, shot down, captured by the Gestapo and ending the war at the age of 21 as a POW in enemy territory'. Not least...