By the end of the war just under 11,000 New Zealanders had served with the RAF, of whom 3,290 lost their lives. The great majority served as aircrew. This three volume history is their story against the background of a history of the war in the air, in Europe, the Middle East and South East Asia. Illustrations and folding maps. Wellington, War History Branch, Department of Internal Affairs. VOLUME III has no dust jacket, the other jackets have some wear and loss.
Dept. of Internal Affairs, Wellington, 1959. Hardbacks with dust jackets, three volumes. Vol I. 408 pages, Vol. II. 483 pages, Vol. III, 409 pages. SECONDHAND