No Parachute; a Fighter Pilot in World War One -- Letters written in 1917 by Lieutenant A.S.G.Lee, Sherwood Forester, attached Royal Flying Corps

By: Lee, Arthur Gould

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No Parachute; a Fighter Pilot in  World War One -- Letters written in 1917 by Lieutenant A.S.G.Lee, Sherwood Forester, attached Royal Flying Corps by Lee, Arthur Gould
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London: Jarrolds, 1968. XVII, 233pp., authors note, list of illustrations, foreword by author, 3 appendices and index. Illustrated endpapers, showing The British Western Front in May 1917. Black and white photographic frontispiece, showing author in December 1917. Within the text there are 16 black and white illustrations or contemporary photographs, along with one map. Brown coloured boards with gilt writing on the spine. Corners of the book are slightly bumped, top worse than bottom, and the head and the heel of the spine are in a likewise condition. Very faint foxing to the top paper edge along with browining of the paper edges. Previous owners name on the ffep. Photographic dust wrapper, showing a crashed WWI plane with orange streaked background with black writing in front panel and spine. The corners of the dust wrapper are slightly chipped and rubbed. There is chipping to both the top and bottom dustwrapper edges. There is a tear a closest to the top spine gutter measuring 1" with associated creasing, and there is another on the bottom front spine gutter measuring 3" with associated creasing also. There is a stain on the bottom of the dust wrapper, going across the full width of the spine and a triangular section of the rear panel. There are some marks to the dust wrapper panels and fading as well. The history of aerial warfare during the first World War by one of the men who flew the sorties.. First Edition. Brown Boards. Reasonable/Average. 8vo - up to 9 ¾" tall - Octavo. Military History.

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