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MIDDLE EAST 1940-1942. A Study in Air Power

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MIDDLE EAST 1940-1942. A Study in Air Power

by Guedalla, Philip

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London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1944, 237 pages, illus. in b&w, 8 maps, some 2-page tri-colored, plus endpaper maps, b&w portrait frontis. Corners a bit bumped o/w clean, tight and very good.

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Title
MIDDLE EAST 1940-1942. A Study in Air Power
Author
Guedalla, Philip
Book condition
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Gregory and Beverly Gamradt, Books on the Orient, was established in 1979. We specialize in fine and rare books on Tibet, Central Asia, Mongolia, China, Nepal, The Himalayas, Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, India, The Pacific, Oceania, Africa, The Middle East and select general titles. We also stock rare and unusual dictionaries as well as obscure bible translations from around the world. We expertly pack all items ordered.

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tight
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