London: John Hamilton Ltd., no date ,
First English language edition. octavo, black cloth in dust jacket. 196 pp. followed by fold-out map. John Hamilton Ltd., Item #23642
Translated by Claud W. Sykes. The author of Double-Decker C666 and Flying Section 17, he continues his narrative in this account of joining Flight Section 30 in southern Serbia during World War I. The foreword is written by Lt. E.P. Hyde, R.F.C. who was shot down by Lt. Rudolph von Eshwege, a scout pilot, killed in 1917, while gaining his 20th victory. Illustrated with pen and ink drawings that describe events within the text. With fold-out map of the Macedonia front. John Hamilton, Ltd., (40) pp. List of Publications, Autumn, 1935, tipped-in following the fold-out map. Signed on the front pastedown, "R B Bannerman" with a gummed label below with the typed information, "Presented to: / Mr. Steve St. Martin "C & C" / by / Capt. Ronald D. Bannerman / No. 79 Sqn. R.A.F. 16 Vic's / D.F.C. and Bar". Below the gummed label is the Cross & Cockade rubber-stamp of the collector, Steve St. Martin. Dust jacket with 1/4" of chipping at top and bottom of spine, short tears and wrinkling along edges of jacket. 2 3/4" piece of old clear tape at the top of the front spine fold of jacket. Pictorial panel on front of jacket only slightly affected. Book very good.