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The Tale of the Comet

The Tale of the Comet


The development of the DeHavilland comet airliner. 1959 1st edition

***signed and inscribed by the Author***

"To Freddy Gillman with all my best wishes Derek D. Dempster June 1959"

F. C. "Freddy" Gillman, (1898-1987), was the chief Public Relations Officer for BOAC at the time the Comet was introduced into service.

£50.00 (plus p&p)Buy here....
Tumult in the Clouds

Tumult in the Clouds

by Lt. Col. James A. Goodson published by Harrop 1990

Stories of some of the fighter pilots who flew with Goodson in the RAF Eagle Squadrons, and later in the U. S. 4th fighter Group. Chapters on Don Blakeslee, Don Gentile, “Kid” Hofer, Mike Sobansky etc. Also covers the author’s own very eventful flying career. Having been torpedoed on the first day of the war, he went on to serve in the Battle of Britain and with the US 8th Air Force gaining 32 victories, and was eventually shot down and captured whilst attacking V1 sites at Peenemunde

New old stock, last few copies of this aviation classic, reduced from £12.00 to £7.50 (plus p&p) order here
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