Chicago. Ziff-Davis. 09- 1942.
Volume XXXI Number 3. September 1942 issue of the magazine, profusely illustrated in color and black and white, 278pp, 11 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches, color pictorial wrappers. Very good condition; bright and clean; address label to rear cover; modest cover abrasion This special number of the sleekly designed aviation magazine, featuring an impressive array of color and black and white photos, is devoted to the Royal Air Force. The editor writes in his introduction "When the annals of our times are finally written and recorded in the history books, it will be discovered that during the early period of this bloodiest of all wars it was the RAF which was the front line of defense not only for Britain but for civilization itself." Feature articles written by ranking members of the RAF include Organization of the RAF (Air Ministry); Bomber Command; Fighter Command; Coastal Command; East of Suez; The Middle East; Balloon Command; Air Intelligence; History of the RAF; Salon Section (a series of outstanding photographs) and much much more, including considerable advertising devoted to the latest aircraft and aircraft components. Item #47189