Foreign Invaders: The Douglas Invader in Foreign Military and US Clandestine Service

 
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‘Foreign Invaders’ is a comprehensive historical record of the Douglas A-26 aircraft in non-US military use, covering service in 20 countries worldwide, as well as deployed by many paramilitary forces and clandestine users. The book is profusely illustrated with over 250 b//w and colour photographs.

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‘Foreign Invaders’ is a comprehensive historical record of the Douglas A-26 aircraft in non-US military use, covering service in 20 countries worldwide, as well as deployed by many paramilitary forces and clandestine users. The book is profusely illustrated with over 250 b//w and colour photographs.

Condition:

This is a reading copy only of this collectable publication

The dust jacket is clean with slight bumping to the extremities and modest scuffing to the fore-corners. The reverse side of the wrapper is stained blue in part, but mainly to the bottom third at the rear, not at all visible to the front of the jacket.
There is a corresponding darkened patch to the boards of the book to the rear, presumably from water damage.
The interior is clean and perfectly legible, but has some issues, such as loosening to page 177/178 and slight rippling of the pages to the inner bottom corners.

I have priced the book to reflect these flaws.

Foreign Invaders: The Douglas Invader in Foreign Military and U S Clandestine Service
By
Dan Hagedorn and Leif Hellstrom

  • Publisher: Midland Publishing, 1994
  • Hardcover
  • ISBN 1857800133
  • First edition
  • 4to
  • 200 pages