Canberra, Government Printer, 1939. The period covered is 1 July to 31 December 1938. Commonwealth Parliamentary Paper Number 172 of 1937-38-39; only 810 copies printed.
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[Canberra, Royal Australian Air Force, 1971].
Canberra, Department of Information, 1943 and 1944. The Australian Army at War series.
Measham, Midland Counties Publications, 1974. The Beagle is a British light aircraft manufacturer, similar to Miles or Auster.
Hatfield, University of Hertfordshire Press, 2010.
[Tokyo, Light Corporation, 1972]. 'New from the Koku-Fan'. Japanese text, but offered together with a mimeographed booklet purporting to be an English translation.
[Tokyo, Maruzen, 1980s]. Text in Japanese. A few related pieces of ephemera are loosely inserted.
National Geographic, 1929. Not least, Siepen on gliding in Germany (pp 751-780). The secret rise of the Luftwaffe.
[Washington], United States Forces, Office of the Assistant Chief of Air Staff, Intelligence/ Division of Naval Intelligence, Photographic Interpretation Center, Navy Department, [c. 1944]. 'Restricted', and with the enigmatic inscribed reference 'Mipi-28504' on the front cover. Primarily intended as an aid for the photo-interpreter, both in identifying suitable targets and...
RAAF Base Fairbairn, Airpower Study Centre, 1990.
Adelaide, Sands and McDougall, 1972. The penultimate issue.
Manhattan, Aerospace Historian, Department of History, Eisenhower Hall, [1980s facsimile]/ 1947. Loosely inserted is a handwritten partial contents list.
Melbourne, Robertson and Mullens, 1946.
[Washington], Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, US Navy, 1947. Complete with the large colour folding map.
[Melbourne], Directorate of Public Relations for Personnel of the RAAF ... 1943, 1944 and 1945. The run comprises Volume 1, Numbers 1 to 12; Volume 2, Numbers 1 to 14; Volume 3, Numbers 1 to 13, Volume 4, Numbers 1 to 6 and the second birthday issue, Volume 5, Number 1. The magazine ran until Volume 6, Number 5, 15 March 1946.
[London, circa 1920] (with 'Made in Germany' printed on the front cover). The ultimate fictitious voyage: the R37 was almost completed when production was cancelled in February 1921, and it was dismantled later that year.
Sydney, 458 Squadron Council, 1959 [second impression]/ 1959.
Adelaide, [The Author, 1998]. Signed by the author; loosely inserted is a large colour label (self-adhesive, but unused) with the unit's name and flash.
Adelaide, [The Author, 1998].
Atglen, Schiffer Military/ Aviation History, 1997. Indispensable reference, and essential for the modeller.
Firenze, Aeronautiche Italiane, 1978. Text in Italian; innumerable photographs.
Several photographs that suggest an approximate date clearly show other unique aircraft; one of these is VH-UZX. There were in fact two aircraft registered VH-UZX in Australia. The first one, a DH84 Dragon, crashed at Croydon in the UK on 26 February 1938 before delivery to Australia. The second one...
Canberra, Australian War Memorial, 1962, 1957, 1962/ 1954 and 1963. Each volume boasts the bookplate of Robert David Lawson, QC, sometime South Australian politician and 45th Attorney-General of South Australia.
The sepia-toned print (image size 232 x 289 mm) is behind glass in its original timber frame (425 x 475 mm); the window mat is wood-grained, possibly cut from a veneer sheet. Remnants of the contemporary Adelaide framer's label ('Dimond Bros') are on the verso, along with the pencilled details...