Object details

Related period
Second World War (content), Second World War (content)
GLEAVE, T. (Author)
DYMOND, F.E. (Author)
Royal Air Force Museum (Publisher)
Production date
Place made

whole: Dimensions: 39cm., Pagination: [5], 50, [2] leaves

Catalogue number
LBY 80 / 3418

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