World War Two HMSO Publication
Title - RAF Middle East, The Official Story of Air Operations Feb 1942 - Jan 1943
Published - 1945
Edition - 1st
Contents - 143pp, many half tone photos, aerial reconnaisance photos and 5 maps, stapled photo pictorial wrappers, 9" x 7", the official story of air operations in the Middle East from February 1942 to January 1943, Rommel's great advance towards Alexandria, RAF attacks on enemy naval targets at sea, Rommels tanks in the desert and his supplies in the harbours of Tobruk and Benghazi and the struggle for air superiority until it was won
Condition - Good in the main, wear and creasing to the wraps, spine edge rubbed, corners a little dog-eared, tape repair to the rear cover. One of a number of similar Items I am selling. Postage combined when taking more than one item where possible. If Purchasing 'Courier' or Multiple items please await an invoice BEFORE paying.
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