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Spaight, J. M.

Editorial: Geoffrey Bles London, 1941
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reprint, 231pp, half tone photo frontis, 23pp half tone plates, blue cloth with black title panel lettered and ruled in gilt at spine, upper edge coloured and lower edge uncut, an early account of the Battle of Britain by a one-time senior member of the Air Ministry, with a foreword by Lord Trenchard, Marshal of the Royal Air Force, on the importance of the quality of equipment and training as opposed to numbers alone, the account covering the stages of the battle including the relieving effect of the British bombing offensive on the defending force and a re-assessment of the pre-war assumption that 'the bomber will always get through', lightly rubbed at extrems., cloth durty and a little sunned, edges tanned, light tanning to endpapers, occasional light foxing in places, no dustwrapper, very good, N° de ref. de la librería 40689

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Editorial: Geoffrey Bles London

Año de publicación: 1941

Encuadernación: Hardcover

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