Blue boards, light browning to contents, light wear, a VG tight copy in a Good edge chipped with small loss, not price-clipped, to be supplied in a removeable protective sleeve dustwrapper. Black boards, a VG clean tight copy in closed short edge tear, to be supplied in removeable protective sleeve dustwrapper.
Excellent reference for the aviation modeller. Scarce, View more info. Publisher: West Sussex, Woodfield Publishing: Softback, a VG clean tight copy. Large softback, corner crease to front cover otherwise light wear only, a VG copy. Large softback, light wear only, small label mark to front cover, a VG copy. Excellent reference for the aircraft modeller.
Publisher: Pembrokeshire, Paterchurch Publications: Softback, light reading wear, a VG copy. Large softback, slight foxing to verso of front cover otherwise a VG clean tight copy.
Fairey Swordfish Mk I/III, Revell ()
Useful reference for the aircraft modeller. Publisher: Bedfordshire, Warpaint Books Ltd: Publisher: Essex, Linewrights Ltd. Large format softback, a VG clean tight copy and excellent reference for the aviation modeller. Blue boards, a VG clean tight copy in fading to spine dustwrapper. Invaluable reference for the aircraft model By: Villers, John A 'Steve'.
Softback, light wear only, a VG clean tight copy.
Born in England, the author was sent to Canada during WW2 to complete his pilot training and became a captain on B Liberators. Publisher: London, Temple Press Books: Scarce in dustwrapper. Wartime exploits in the air, including flying the Fairey Swordfish. Publisher: London, Robert Hale Ltd: Green boards, light ageing, a VG clean tight copy in slight fading to spine, price-clipped dustwrapper. The story of the author, a bomber pilot shot down over Holland, his capture by the Germans and subsequent escape attempts, ultimately successful.
By: Herbert, flight-Lieutenant. Publisher: Edinburgh, Polish Book Depot: Blue boards, light ageing only, a VG clean tight copy in very slight sunning to spine dustwrapper.
Publisher: Worcester, Ramrod Publications: Gilt on blue boards, a VG clean tight copy in dustwrapper. Signed and dated by the author on title page. Detailed study of 3 raids:- 30th September , a raid on the Westland factory at Yeovil, but an error led to nearby Sherborne being bombed; 3rd October a lone Ju 88 attack on Worcester; 7th October , another raid on Westland's factory, resulting in damage and loss of life in Yeovil city centre.
Black boards, remains of previous owner's label to verso of front endpaper otherwise a VG clean tight copy in dustwrapper.
By: Winchester, Clarence. Publisher: London, The Amalgamated Press: The squadron took part in Atlantic and Arctic convoy duties. The squadron had joined the 45th Naval T. Wing in October arriving at Burscough on the 18th February while working up for a tour of duty with the Eastern Fleet. I Fighter with ASH detection radar fitted. The squadron arrived back at Burscough after V. Wing in southern India. The squadron was disbanded in July at Katukurunda India to enlarge squadron. School House Farm can be seen in the background.
The squadron disbanded on 4th January In July the squadron was absorbed into Squadron.
The squadron then went on to the Far East but due to the poor performance of the Barracuda in the tropical climate, the squadron returned to the UK and disbanded in December They left on 13th August and went on escort duty of North Russian Convoys. The squadron disbanded on 1st April They left for patrol duty on the Western approaches on 28th April IIc and LR. IIc aircraft. The squadron disbanded in October They left on 4th December before returning once again on 7th February for special training in spotting and reconnaissance. They left on 24th February III and L. They left on 6th February J Day the squadron was involved in strikes around Tokyo.
After working up the squadron left on 7th September embarking on HMS Rajah for Ceylon where the squadron was involved in photographic reconnaissance duties. They left on 2nd June to board HMS Pursuer and while on board the squadron disbanded and was absorbed by Squadron. After a short stay they left on 30th July In September the squadron embarked on HMS Implacable, and the following month was involved in aerial reconnaissance of the new anchorage for the German Battleship Tirpitz near Tromso.
In July Fireflies of squadron became the first Fleet Air Arm aircraft to fly over mainland Japan attacking various airfields and targets of opportunity. In July , the Fireflies of Sqdn.
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RAF Maintenance Officer centre front row detached to the squadron. Photo courtesy - Dennis Hall. Taken by the squadron offices on what is now Thomas Guys Ind. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Drawings show aerial you mention - but can't find a photo to confirm Will have a nose through some other sources and see if I can find anything definitive I think the aerial goes from the post on the fin to the small bump aft of the TAG position. Posted August 27, Hi Peter, Still looking - but can't find any photo's at present where the aerials show up Iain.
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