Diary of a Halifax Bomber by Michael J. Yalden is the story of a RAF Halifax Bomber which flew during WW2 – surviving for approximately one year before a flying accident grounded her. Although sent for repairs, HX323, or Charlie’s Aunt as she was nicknamed, was deemed a write off and scraped.
The book is illustrated with black and white photographs.
The card covers are in vg condition, clean and bright, with rubbing to the spine and edges, a small crease to the bottom corner, a mark from an old sticker to the top corner and handling marks to the rear.
The binding is secure and tight. The page edges are lightly tanned. Inside, the content is clean and in vg condition.
Diary of a Halifax Bomber by Michael J. Yalden
- Published by Yorkshire Air Museum, 1993
- First edition
- 92 pages