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1979 1st US Edition "The Bomber in World War II" by RAF Air Crew Member Alfred Price
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
MARKINGS: "PUBLISHED BY CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS NEW YORK", "ISBN 0-684-16024-2", "PRINTED IN ENGLAND", COPYRIGHT 1976 ALFRED PRICE"
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.