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1 Air Ministry. Night Observation from the Air. Air Ministry Pamphlet 162.
Issued by the Air Ministry, June 1944. This Pamphlet is RESTRICTED: it is not to be shown to anyone outside the Service nor to be taken into the air. 
Quarto, paperbound (stiff, stapled, illus. wrappers), 35 pp. Very Good. 
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2 Ministry of Information, Prepared for the Air Ministry. Atlantic Bridge: The Official Account of R.A.F. Transport Command's Ocean Ferry.
London: His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1945. 
Octavo, green cloth (hardcover), gilt letters, 75 pp. Tidy former-owner bookplate; otherwise, Fine, in a Near-Fine dust jacket with some age darkening to spine and edges. Contents: The Building of the Bridge: Overture and Beginners; First to Go: the Hudsons; The Crossing of the Catlinas; The Pattern in the Air: The Ferry Service Grows; Over the Top of the World; A Search Party Went Out; The Spans of the Flying Bridge; North Atlantic: Round the Parish: A North Atlantic Tour; A Great Black Rock in the Arctic; Records on the Northern Route; Cargoes and Supercargoes; A Dispatch for Mr. Churchill; South Atlantic: Three Thousand Miles to Africa; Up the Line: Middle East Supply Routes. 
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3 Spaight, J. M., C.B., C.B.E., Late Principal Assistant Secretary, Air Ministry. Volcano Island.
London: Geoffrey Bles, MCMXLIII. 
Octavo, grey cloth (hardcover), 144 pp + iv plates. Near-Fine, in a Very Good dust jacket with light edgewear. From dust jacket: Mr. J. M. Spaight, late Principal Assistant Secretary at the Air Ministry and a leading authority on air warfare, here describes the amazing growth of our air power and the development of our air strategy up to the end of 1942. His “Volcano Island” is Great Britain, transformed from a peaceful land into a hotbed of bomber-station “volcanoes,” ready to weak vengeance on those who seek to imperil the security of the world. Like Swift's Laputa, our island is now able to fly, so that neighbouring enemies can be “pelted from above with great stones, against which they have no defence but by creeping into cellars or caves.” How that assault began, from what small beginnings there was built up the massive offensive we are witnessing to-day, this book attempts to show. 
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