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Watching the Skies: A History of Ground Radar for the Air Defence of the United Kingdom by the Royal Air Force from 1946 to 1975 by  Jack GOUGH - Hardcover - 1993 - from Attic Books and Biblio.com

Watching the Skies: A History of Ground Radar for the Air Defence of the United Kingdom by the Royal Air Force from 1946 to 1975

by GOUGH, Jack

Condition: ex library-good


London: HMSO, 1993. Hardcover. ex library-good. xi, 328, 13 p. + Appendices. 25 cm. 13 maps 4 diagrams. Blue leatherette. Ex library with call label on lower spine, ink stamps on text block edges and stamps and labels on endpapers. Worn patches on bottom of front board.




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