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Cool 1943 What's That Plane: How to Identify American and Jap Airplanes by Walter Pitkin, Jr., a Penguin Book printed for the Infantry Journal. The soft cover of the Second Edition printing shows a group of Republic "Thunderbolts" (P-47's) in flight. The book contains dozens of images of aircraft combined with spotting tips and identification points. The front cover reads: "AN INFANTRY JOURNAL ??? PENGUIN SPECIAL WHAT'S THAT PLANE HOW TO IDENTIFY AMERICAN AND JAP AIRPLANES ENLARGED SECOND EDITION NEW YORK WASHINGTON"
Circa March 1, 1943
Approximately 7" x 4-1/4"
MATERIALS / CONSTRUCTION:
Sewn binding, soft cover, ink, paper
"S201", "COPYRIGHT 1942 BY PENGUIN BOOKS INC.", "PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, BY ROBERT TELLER SONS & DORNER, NEW YORK"
This is from a book collection which we will be listing more of over the next few months. VAX02 LBHX1/16
7 (Very Fine): The journal shows moderate age/storage wear and discoloration, pages seem to be fully intact with no rips or tears.
GUARANTEE: As with all my artifacts, this piece is guaranteed to be original, as described.