|Hurren B.J.("Fougueux" of The Aeroplane) NO SPECIFIC GRAVITY -||£10.00|
|Temple Press 1st, 1944; 140pp; vg, torn d/w. More amusing stories from the FAA & RAF.|
Hurren B.J. (Fougeoux of "The Aeroplane") SECOND DOG - a collection of ward-room tales with an aeronautical flavour Harborough 1st, c1942; 157pp; nr-vg int, spine faded.
Hurren B.J. EASTERN MED - a personal narrative. Muller 1st, 1943; 19 x 12cm, ep maps, vg
|Huston, James A. OUT OF THE BLUE - U.S. Army airborne operations in World War II.||£25.00|
|Battery Press USA 1st, 1972; 327pp, photos, maps; fine, nr fine d/w.Rather scarce in UK.|
|Hutchinson (pub'r) BRITISH, GERMAN & ITALIAN AIRCRAFT - How to spot them.||£8.50|
|c1943; 19 x 13cm, 96pp, pictorial (photos, silhouettes, 3-view line drgs); vg (From the original small paper-covered pocket-books).|
Hutchinson (pub'r) HUTCHINSON'S PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE WAR - 7th Feb - 11th May 1943. single vol, 25 x 18cm, 288pp, pictorial; vg int, cloth sl soiled, corners bumped.
|One volume from the series; Includes many contemporary aviation photos.|
Hutton, Stephen SQUADRON OF DECEPTION - The 36th Bomb Squadron in World War II. Schiffer, 1999; 29 x 22cm, 216pp, f.illus, biblio; fine inc d/w.
|Fine illustrated USAF squadron history|
|Hynes, Samuel FLIGHTS OF PASSAGE - Reflections of a WW 2 aviator.||£15.00|
|US Naval Inst. Press, 1988; 270pp; fine inc d/w. Personal story of his own and his friends' attitudes to the war against the Japanese. Also - Bloomsbury edn, 1988; fine inc d/w - £15.|
|Ilfrey, Jack (with Max Reynolds) HAPPY JACK'S GP-BUGGY - A WW II Fighter Pilot's Personal Document. Exposition Press USA, 1979; 167pp, 33 photos; fine, nr fine d/w; SIGNED DEDICATION by "Jack Ilfrey, former C.O. of 20th F. Gp, Kingscliffe, 1944"||£30.00|
|The author flew 142 combat missions with 1st Fighter Group USAF, was the first "ace" of the 94th Squadron with many decorations. His story includes P-38 flying from UK, escape in France, baling out into the North Sea and many other adventures.|
|Irving, Edward J.R. AIRCRAFT CLASSIFIED - IRVING'S AIRCRAFT RECOGNITION HANDBOOK Simplified data relating to the best-known Alliked & Enemy Aircraft Harper, London, 1940s (?); hard covers, 17 x 10cm, 71pp, vg (fine int)||£7.50|
Irving, Lawrence GREAT INTERRUPTION - An autobiography 1939-45. Airlife 1st, 1983; 235pp, f.illus, appendices; fine inc d/w.
|As senior Intelligence Officer in 35 Wing, the author developed photo-reconnaissance and effective liaison prior to and during Operation Overlord.|
|Jablonski, Edward TERROR FROM THE SKY - (Airwar, Vol 1).||£15.00|
|Doubleday USA, 1971; 29 x 22cm, 175pp, f.illus; near fine, good d/w. The Luftwaffe's winged assault on Europe & the Battle of Britain.|
|Jablonski, Edward WINGS OF FIRE - (Airwar: Vol IV)||£12.00|
|Doubleday, New York 1st, 1972; 29 x 22cm, 243pp, f.illus; fine except base of spine crushed, good d/w.Last volume of the set, covering the campaigns in the Mediterranean, Western Europe and the Far East|
Jackson, Francis AIRGUNNER - the adventures of Flying Officer H.Lyver. Reed (New Zealand) 1st, 1944; 19 x 13cm, 164pp, 11 photos; fine, good d/w. Rather scarce.
|Names of actual people used but bases and fields fictionalised for security reasons. Photos are of Whitleys, Wellingtons, Halifaxes & a Lancaster. Two tours of bomber ops over Europe and Africa are described by the New Zealander, as told to the author.|
Jackson, Robert AIR WAR OVER FRANCE 1939-40 - Ian Allan 1st, 1974; 154pp, 63 photos, orders of battle, aircraft type details; fine, nr fiine d/w.
|The early days of WW 2; strengths of opposing air forces; the early operations.|
Jackson, Robert STORM FROM THE SKIES - The strategic Bombing Offensive, 1943-45. Barker 1st, 1974; 174pp, 16 photos, data appendices; fine, torn d/w.
Jackson, Robert FIGHTER! - the story of air combat 1936-1945.
|An overview of air fighting from the Spanish Civil war to the end of WW 2.|
Jackson, Robert THE HAWKER HURRICANE - Blandford 1st, 1988; 28 x 23cm, 160pp, f.illus (160 photos, 1/72 scale drgs ofall marke, variants & armament types). fine inc d/w.
|Type development & action history.|
|Jackson, Robert MUSTANG - the operational record.||£15.00|
|Airlife 1st, 1992; 25 x 18cm, 156pp, f.illus; nr fine inc d/w. Full type history inc all variants.|
Jacobs, Peter THE LANCASTER STORY -
|Cassell 1st, 2002; 28 x 23cm, 192pp, f.illus, lists of bases & raids; fine inc d/w. Also 1996 edn, vg inc d/w except fep removed - £10|
|Jane's FIGHTING AIRCRAFT OF WORLD WAR II -||£12.00|
|E & S 1st, 1946; 189pp, 54 photos; vg.Resume of the actions in which the R.A.A.F. was involved, with many mentions of individuals.|
Jaworzyn J.F. NO PLACE TO LAND - A pilot in Coastal Command. Kimber 1st, 1984; 205pp, 47 photos; nr fine inc d/w.
|Author managed to join the RAF at 16 years of age with no English and a failed medical; flew Wellingtons on anti-U Boat search - movingly personal story.|
Johnson,Frank (Ed'r) R.A.A.F. OVER EUROPE E & S 1st, 1946; 189pp, 54 photos; vg
|Resume of the actions in which the R.A.A.F. was involved, with many mentions of individuals. Also another, vg (no d/w)|
|Johnson,Gp Capt J.E. ("Johnnie") WING LEADER -||£4.50|
|Reprint Soc "reading copy" - with the illus - vg|
Johnston, Wg Cdr Tim ("A fighter pilot") TATTERED BATTLEMENTS - a Malta Diary.
|Kimber, 1985 (from 1943 1st).P.Davies reprinted 1st, 1943; 333pp, 28 photos; fine inc d/w. Diary of Malta air fighting, March-May, 1942. Also 2nd edn, 1943 of the original; vg, ragged d/w - £15|
|Jonsson T.E. DANCING IN THE SKIES - Grub St 1st, 1994; 227pp, 64 photos; maps; fine, vg d/w; author-signed dedication.||£25.00|
|Icelandic pilot in the RAF; 17 Squadron Hurricanes; 111 Sqdn Spitfires; 65 Sqdn Mustangs & 187 Sqdn to end of WW 2.|
|Jubelin,Rear Adm. Andre THE FLYING SAILOR -||£11.00|
|Hurst & Blackett 1954 reprint of 1st UK, 1953; 272pp, 33 illus; vg (spine lettering sl worn).Trans from French "Marin de Metier - pilote de fortune" of 1951; author served with day and night fighter squadrons before returning to Naval duties.|
Judd, Donald AVENGER FROM THE SKY - Kimber 1st, 1985; 204pp, many photos, maps; fine inc d/w.
|Memoirs of Fleet Air Arm bombing - Albacores in Egypt, Grumman Avengers in the Indian Ocean & the Pacific region.|
Jullian, Marcel THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN - July-Sept 1940. Cape 1st UK, 1967, trans from French of 1965 ("La Bataille d'Angleterre"); 295pp, 25 photos, ep maps, biblio; fine, nr fine d/w.
|Author studies the battle as viewed from both sides; covers strategies and personal experiences.|