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Three WW2 HMSO Publications

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Product description

The three contemporary World War 2 books comprise the following:

Ark Royal, which gives an account of her service and achievements from the outbreak of war up to her sinking near Gibraltar on 14th November 1941. The 64-page book is well illustrated with many monochrome photographs and maps. The paper cover is clean, but shows wear and tearing around the edges with the bottom left corner of the front missing. It is also torn along the spine and, hence detached from the book. The other pages appear to be clean and free from damage with the two-staple binding in place, but showing signs of rust.

Bomber Command, which contains "The Air Ministry Account of Bomber Command's Offensive Against the Axis, September, 1939 - July, 1941. The 128-page book is well illustrated with many monochrome photographs and maps. The thin card covers are clean, apart from slight foxing to the front, and free from damage, apart from wear to the edges of the spine. The glued binding is complete and all pages appear to be clean and free from damage.

Front Line 1940 - 1941 tells "The Official Story of the CIVIL DEFENCE of Britain" during the first years of the German air offensive. The 160-page book is well illustrated with many monochrome photographs and diagrams. The paper covers are clean, apart from remnants of a repair to the spine using transparent self-adhesive tape, and free from damage, apart from wear to the edges and spine. The glued binding is complete and all pages appear to be clean and free from damage.

Item details

Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
23cm x 18cm x 0.7cm
Edition:
1942
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
His Majesty's Stationery Office
Title:
Three WW2 HMSO Publications

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The three contemporary World War 2 books comprise the following:

Ark Royal, which gives an account of her service and achievements from the outbreak of war up to her sinking near Gibraltar on 14th November 1941. The 64-page book is well illustrated with many monochrome photographs and maps. The paper cover is clean, but shows wear and tearing around the edges with the bottom left corner of the front missing. It is also torn along the spine and, hence detached from the book. The other pages appear to be clean and free from damage with the two-staple binding in place, but showing signs of rust.

Bomber Command, which contains "The Air Ministry Account of Bomber Command's Offensive Against the Axis, September, 1939 - July, 1941. The 128-page book is well illustrated with many monochrome photographs and maps. The thin card covers are clean, apart from slight foxing to the front, and free from damage, apart from wear to the edges of the spine. The glued binding is complete and all pages appear to be clean and free from damage.

Front Line 1940 - 1941 tells "The Official Story of the CIVIL DEFENCE of Britain" during the first years of the German air offensive. The 160-page book is well illustrated with many monochrome photographs and diagrams. The paper covers are clean, apart from remnants of a repair to the spine using transparent self-adhesive tape, and free from damage, apart from wear to the edges and spine. The glued binding is complete and all pages appear to be clean and free from damage.

Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
23cm x 18cm x 0.7cm
Edition:
1942
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
His Majesty's Stationery Office
Title:
Three WW2 HMSO Publications

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