|Postma, Thijs FOKKER - Aircraft builders to the world.||£15.00|
|Jane's 1st, 1980; 30 x 23cms, 160pp, f.illus; fine, nr fine d/w. A profusely illustrated history of one of the most innovative aircraft companies in the world.|
|Potgieter, Herman & Willem Steenkamp AIRCRAFT OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN AIRFORCE -||£15.00|
|Jane's (UK) edn, 1981 (of 1980 S. African original); 29 x 22cms, 180pp, pictorial (vg col.photos throughout); nr fine inc d/w. A nice production with some excellent photos.|
|Prest, Robert F4 PHANTOM - A pilot's story.||£12.00|
|Cassell 1st, 1979; 209pp, 16 photos, glossary; fine inc d/w.|
|Preston,Capt R.L. HOW TO BECOME AN AIR PILOT -
|Sampson-Low 7th (2nd Civil Air Guard) edn, 1939; 178pp, diags; good-vg (covers soiled) A guide to entry into the aviation profession, with notes on the Civil Air Guard.|
|Price, Alfred SKY BATTLES! - dramatic air warfare actions.||£7.50|
|A & A.P. 1993; 160pp, 39 photos; near fine inc d/w. The author's reflections on the nature of air warfare in a variety of conflicts.|
|Pringle, Patrick FIGHTING PILOTS -||£5|
|Evans 1st, 1961; 207pp, 25 photos, biblio; near fine, vg d/w. Collected anecdotes from military aviation history (chiefly WW 2 with short WW 1 section) - some good photos.|
|Prior, Rupert FLYING - THE GOLDEN YEARS - a pictorial anthology.||£15.00|
|Blossom (UK) 1991; 30 x 24cm, 144pp, f.illus (mostly col); fine inc d/w. An artistic review of flying ; pioneer days, WW 1, airlines etc; photos & many col reproductions of posters, paintings, programmes etc.|
|Pritchard, J.Lawrence THE BOOK OF THE AEROPLANE -||£17,50|
|Longmans Green, 3rd, 1935; (from 1926); 255pp, 24 plates, glossary; vg Period popular-style book with some good period illustrations; second edns onwards have an extra chapter on later progress.|
|Protheroe E A BOOK ABOUT AIRCRAFT -||£12.00|
|Epworth 1st, 1923; 19x12cm, 128pp, 10 photos; vg+ Commentary on current airships, airliners & air power; snapshot of this interesting post-WW 1 period.|
|Pudney, John BRISTOL FASHION - Some account of the earlier days of Bristol Aviation.||£14.00|
|Putnam, 1960 "Private Edition"; 101pp, drgs by David Gentleman; near fine. The author depicts characters and events which featuring in first 25 years of the Bristol enterprise. (Not a full company history).|
Rae, John B. CLIMB TO GREATNESS - The American Aircraft Industry, 1920-1960. MIT Press, Massachusetts, 1968; 280pp, 32 photos, expensive notes & biblio; fine, vg d/w.
Raikes, Lt Col W.O. KEITH LECTURES, 1922 - AVIATION - A course of four lectures to the Royal Scottish Society of Arts. Edinburgh, 1922; hard covers, 102pp, 21 photos; fine int, cloth soiled & faded.
|Lectures on the pioneer years, the war effort, future prospects for military & civil flying and Commercial aviation.|
Rawlings, John & Hilary Sedgwick LEARN TO TEST, TEST TO LEARN - The history of the Empire Test Pilots' School. Airlife 1st, 1991; 25 x 18cm, 138pp, f.illus; fine inc d/w.