|Guedalla, Philip MIDDLE EAST 1940-1942 - a study in Air Power.||£7.50|
|H & S 1st, 1944; 237pp, 3 portraits, 10 maps; fine; .Serious study of the Middle East War with particular reference to the role of the RAF.|
|Gunston, Bill & John Golley "SO MANY" - a folio dedicated to all who served with RAF Bomber Command, 1939-1945.||£25.00|
|W.H.Smith, 1995 (from the original RAF Ben. Fund's original limited edn); 34 x 24cm, 276pp, photos, silhouette drgs, facsimile handwritten memoirs; fine inc d/w.|
|Guyton, Boone T. AIR BASE - Whittlesey House USA 7th printing of 1st, 1941; 295pp, photos; nr fine in protected d/w.||£20.00|
|Personal memoirs of training for carrier-based operations in the USA, shortly before WW 2; this edn carries a brief "Note for the second printing" mentioning Pearl Harbour and the entry of the USA into the war. Fictional style - is this book fiction? Or fiction based on fact? Perhaps someone can advise me?|
HMSO (pub'r) WINGS OF THE PHOENIX - The official story of the Air War in Burma. 1st, 1949; 143pp, 21 photos, 5 maps; fine, v near fine d/w..
|Unusually fine example of this official history.|
Hadley, Dunstan BARRACUDA PILOT - Airlife 1st, 1992; 198pp, 16 photos; fine inc d/w.
|Fleet Air Arm pilot's account of training, operations as pilot & flight officer; inc service in Asia.|
Hagen, Louis ARNHEM LIFT - A Fighting Glider Pilot remembers.
|1st, 1954; 19 x 13cm, 96pp, map, diag; nr fine, good d/w.|
Haining,Peter (compiler) THE SPITFIRE LOG - a 50th Anniversary Tribute to the World's most famous fighter plane. Souvenir Press 1st, 1985; 24 x 18cm, 144pp, f,illus; fine, vg d/w.
|extracts from accounts by 23 authors plus historical chapters.|
|Haining, Peter SPITFIRE SUMMER - The people's eye view of the Battle of Britain. Selecta Books, 1995 (from 1990 original); 27 x 20cm, 208pp, f.illus; fine inc d/w.||£12.50|
|Popular history with some emotive photos and reminiscences|
Hall, Alan W.& Eric Taylor AVRO ANSON Marks I, III, IV & X Almark 1st, 1972; 21 x 15cm, 64pp, f.illus (photos, col & line drgs), lists of user squadrons & serials; fine, good d/w.
|Hall, Alan W. AMERICAN FIGHTERS OF WORLD WAR 2 - Airfix magazine guide 14.||£5.00|
|PSL 1976; 64pp, photos, biblio, col boards; fine|
Halliday, Hugh 242 SQUADRON - THE CANADIAN YEARS - being the story of the RAF's all-Canadian fighter squadron. Midland Counties UK edn, 1982, from Canadian 1981 original; 171pp, f.illusphotos, maps, drgs of aircraft markings); fine inc d/w.
|Covers 1939-1941 period inc the Battle of Britain.|
Halliday, Hugh A. WOODY - A FIGHTER PILOT'S ALBUM - CANAV Books, Canada 1st, 1987; 144pp, f.illus; fine (no d/w).
|The wartime flying career of Wg Cdr Vernon C ("Woody") Woodward from pre-war training, service in Egypt; then during WW 2 in North Africa, Greece & Crete; post-war with the RAF commanding 19 Sqdn.|
|Halpenny, Bruce B. FIGHT FOR THE SKY -||£14.50|
|PSL 1st, 1986; 224pp, many photos; fine inc d/w. True stories of wartime fighter pilots. Also - card cover edn, 1986; fine - £9|
Hambro C.J. I SAW IT HAPPEN IN NORWAY - Appleton Century USA 1st, 1943; 218pp32 photos; near fine, AUTHOR-SIGNED dedication.
|The author was president of the Norwegian parliament; book describes the war in Norway from a political angle; includes a short chapter on "the air force".|
Hanson, Norman CARRIER PILOT - an unforgettable true story of wartime flying. PSL 1st, 1979; 255pp, 22 photos; near fine inc d/w.
|Memoirs of the 15th Naval Fighter Wing (author was squadron commander on HMS Illustrious) on Corsairs.|
Harclerode, Peter WINGS OF WAR - Airborne Warfare 1918-1945. W & N 2005; 656pp, 27 maps; fine inc d/w
|Despite the title, almost all of the book is WW 2 history; greatly detailed.|
|Harris, M. of the RAF, Sir Arthur BOMBER OFFENSIVE - Collins 1st, 1947; 288pp, ep maps; near vg, ragged d/w||£12.00|
|Also - Greenhill edn, 1990; 288pp, 15 photos; fine inc d/w. £13.50 (Modern reprint of this famous account, with a new intro by Richards)|
Harvell, Ursel P. LIBERATORS OVER EUROPE - 44th Bomb Group - "Flying Eight Balls".East Anglia Books reprint, nd; 28 x 22cm, f.illus; fine.
|Includes many portrait & group photos & a complete roster of members.|
|Harvey, Maurice THE ALLIED BOMBER WAR, 1939-45 -||£15.00|
|Spellmount 1st, 1992; 28 x 22cm, 207pp, f.illus (photos, maps); fine, vg d/w.Some new "angles" and nice illustrations.|
Hastings, Max BOMBER COMMAND - M. Joseph 4th Imp, 1992 from 1st, 1979; 400pp, 33 photos, ep maps; fine, vg d/w.
|The author traces the development of area bombing, through the disputes between Churchill and his air marshals and scientists. Plenty of contemporary documents,letters, diaries etc. Highlights the strategic and moral debate on British bombing policy.|
Hata, Ikuhiko & Y.Izawa JAPANESE NAVAL ACES & FIGHTER UNITS IN WW 2 - Airlife 1st English edn, 1989; 26 x 18cm, 442pp, f,illus; fine inc d/w.
|Review of the operations of units & their star pilots; portraits, aircraft line drgs, lists.|
|Haughland, Vern THE EAGLE SQUADRONS - Yanks in the RAF 1940-1942||£16.00|
|D & C 1st UK, 1980 (from 1979 USA); 206pp, 36 photos, map; fine inc d/w. The first American pilots in the WW 2 RAF.|
Hawkins, Ian MUNSTER: THE WAY IT WAS - Robinson Typographics, USA, 1984; 417pp, one tipped-in col plate, many other photos & maps; fine inc d/w; AUTHOR-SIGNED INSCRIPTION ADDRESSED TO MARTIN MIDDLEBROOK.
|Very well illustrated detailed account of the disastrous raid on Munster on 10th October 1943 which cost the 8th Air Force 30 bombers & 2 fighters; dust-wrapper shows celebrated painting by John Rayson "Royal Flush coming home" Also another, fine inc d/w (unsigned) £18|
Hawkins, Ian L (ed'r) COURAGE, HONOR,
VICTORY - A First Person history of the 95th Bomb Group
(H): 95th Bomb Group (H) Assoc., 1987; 344pp, f illus (photos,
diags, maps),biblio; fine, vg d/w, AUTHOR SIGNED.
|Very detailed & attractively presented story , with super illustrations.|
|Hawkins, Ian L. THE MUNSTER RAID: BEFORE AND AFTER -||£24.00|
|FNP (Military Div) USA 1st, 1999; picture boards, 447pp, many photos & diags; vg, AUTHOR-SIGNED .Also - card-cover version 1990, of the 1984 original "The Munster Raid - Bloody Skies over Germany"- fine - "£12.50|
|Hawks, Capt Ellison BRITAIN'S WONDERFUL FIGHTING FORCES -||£9.50|
|Odhams c1941; 400pp. f.illus (about half about RAF & FAA); near fine, torn d/w.a WW 2 picture. Also another, red cloth, vg except f. cover loose - £6.50|
|Hawton, Hector THE MEN WHO FLY -||£15.00|
|Nelson "Aeroscience Manuals" reprinted 1st, 1944; 20 x 13cm, 165pp, photos; vg Iinc d/w.General description of the RAF's roles in wartime.|
Hawton, Hector NIGHT BOMBING - Nelson 1st, 1944; 164pp, 32 photos, 11 maps; pages damp-crinkled, o/w vg, good d/w.
|Another contemporary WW 2 account of the development of the bomber weapon by Germany & the allies - also the counter-measures.|
Helmore,Gp Capt W. AIR COMMENTARY - A & U 1st, 1942; 19 x 12cms, 90pp; vg, torn d/w; AUTHOR-SIGNED. .
|15 Kennington portraits; broadcasts given after the nine o'clock news, Sept 1941 to July 1942. Also another, vg (no d/w) £7.50|
Hemingway, Kenneth WINGS OVER BURMA - Quality Press 1945 reprint of 1st, 1944; 192pp, 35 photos; lvg.
|Hurricane pilot in Burma.|