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Bombs Gone : The Development and Use of British Air-Dropped Weapons From 1912 to the Present Day by  Arthur S  John A.; Hogben - 1st Edition - 1990 - from Dereks Transport Books and

Bombs Gone : The Development and Use of British Air-Dropped Weapons From 1912 to the Present Day

by MacBean, John A.; Hogben, Arthur S

Condition: As New/Fine

Wellingborough: Patrick Stephens, 1990. 320 pages. 815g. Brown cloth boards MINT in a price-clipped FINE d/w with sunning to spine. Illustrated with b/w photographs and line drawings. A unique investigation into British aerial bombing and the weapons used from the First World War onwards, includes a history of the development of Target Finding and Marking Techniques.. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. As New/Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Book.


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