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Titolo: Soaring Flight
Casa editrice: Eyre and Spottiswoode, London
Data di pubblicazione: 1944
Legatura: Hard Back
Condizione libro: Good
autografato: Signed by Author
Edizione: First Edition.
No jacket. Blue cloth boards well worn, have some soiling, are rubbed and bumped at edges. Gilt titles to spine dulled. Signed by author at title page. Inscribed "Rex from Doris" and signed "T Rex Young June 1945" at front free endpaper. List of 30 signatures at front glued-down endpaper, belonging to people associated with early flight/gliding and racing. Pages browned and have foxing throughout. 303pp B&W photographs, illustrations and text. Index. The art of soaring or gliding, history and practice, techniques, tricks, meteorology in relation to gliding, a subject in which the author was deeply interested. He had made a special study of the phenomenon of the "standing wave.". Codice inventario libreria 042586
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