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War Planes of the First World War: Fighters. Volume One: Great Britain. Volume Two: Great Britain. Volume Three: Great Britain by  J. M BRUCE - Hardcover - 1965-1969 - from Attic Books and Biblio.com

War Planes of the First World War: Fighters. Volume One: Great Britain. Volume Two: Great Britain. Volume Three: Great Britain

by BRUCE, J. M

Condition: Very good +/Very good +


London/Garden City: Macdonald/Doubleday, 1965-1969. Hardcover. Very good +/Very good +. 3 vols.: 188; 165; 150 p. 13 x 14 cm. Over 600 b&w illustrations. Cloth hardcovers in dustjackets. 3rd vol. has speckling to bottom edge of text block. Chip and tear to top rear of jacket in vol. 3. Bookplate on front endpaper in vol. 1.

First two volumes published by Macdonald and third by Doubleday.
Multi-volume Set



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