Object details

Category
Books
Related period
Second World War (content), Second World War (content)
Creator
COX, SEBASTIAN (Author)
PROBERT, HENRY (Author)
ROYAL AIR FORCE HISTORICAL SOCIETY (Author)
ROYAL AIR FORCE STAFF COLLEGE, BRACKNELL (Author)
WOOD, DEREK (Author)
TERRAINE, JOHN (Author)
BOOG, HORST (Author)
ORANGE, VINCENT (Author)
THOMAS, EDWARD (Author)
GLEAVE, TOM (Author)
KNIGHT, MICHAEL (Author)
Airlife Books (Publisher)
Production date
1991
Place made
Shrewsbury
Dimensions

whole: Dimensions: 23cm., Pagination: 103p., 8p. of plates ill., ports.

Catalogue number
LBY 91 / 2103

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