1979 1st US Edition "The Bomber in World War II" by RAF Air Crew Member Alfred Price

1979 1st US Edition "The Bomber in World War II" by RAF Air Crew Member Alfred Price

Code: boh70029bww


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ARTIFACT: 1979 The Bomber in World War II by Alfred Price and published by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. The 1st US Edition, hardcover contain 148 pages of pictures and text - "A Comparative Study on the Evolution of Aircraft and Tactics: Great Britain, USA, Germany, USSR, Japan, Italy, France". Written by Royal Air Force Air Crew Member, Alfred Price, the book presents a precise and objective account of the World War II bomber and its tactics. The cover of the dust jacket reads: "ALFRED PRICE THE BOMBER IN WORLD WAR II" and shows a picture of 1000lb bombs being released from the bomb bays of B-26 Marauders and the reverse shows a Marauder that bombed a munitions store.

VINTAGE: Circa 1976

SIZE: Approximately 9-1/2" x 7"

MATERIALS / CONSTRUCTION: Sewn binding, hard cover, ink, paper, dust jacket

ATTACHMENT: Sewn binding


ITEM NOTES: This is from a book collection which we will be listing more of over the next few months. MBX02 LFJX1/16

CONDITION: 9 (Excellent - Near Mint): The book shows minor age/storage wear, dust jacket and book are in exceptional condition.

GUARANTEE: As with all my artifacts, this piece is guaranteed to be original, as described.