Complete, very nice series about the actions of the American air force during WW II
|Author:||Wesley Frank Craven & James Lea Cate, ed|
|Book Title:||The army air forces in World War II|
|Number of Books:||7|
|Publisher:||Office of Air Force History|
Wesley Frank Craven & James Lea Cate, ed. - The army air forces in World War II - Washington D.C., Office of Air Force History, 1983 - Seven volumes - Reprint - Uniform linen bindings - Dimensions: 25 x 18 cm - Consisting of the following volumes:
- Volume one: Plans and early operations. January 1939 to August 1942 - Xxxxi, 788 pp. - With many illustrations and partly fold-out maps - Notes, glossary and index,
- Volume two: Europe: Torch to pointblank. August 1942 to December 1943 - Xxii, 896 pp. - With many illustrations and maps - Notes, glossary and index,
- Volume three: Europe: Argument to V-E Day. January 1944 to May 1945 - Xl, 947 pp. - With many illustrations and maps - Notes, glossary and index.
- Volume four: The Pacific: Gualdalcanal to Saipan. August 1942 to July 1944 - Xxxii, 824 pp. - With many illustrations and maps - Notes, glossary and index.
- Volume five: The Pacific: Matterhorn to Nagasaki. June 1944 to August 1945 - Xxxviii, 877 pp. - With many illustrations and maps - Notes, glossary and index.
- Volume six: Men and planes - Liii, 807 pp. - With many photos and illustrations - Notes, glossary and index.
- Volume seven: Services around the world - Lii, 666 pp. - With many photos and illustrations - Notes, glossary and index.
In nice condition.
(Total of 7).
|Member since:||June 26, 2012|
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