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On the Deck or in the Drink - Flying with the Royal Navy 1952-1964 - Allen, Lieutenant Brian R. (retired)
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2010, ISBN: 9781848841895

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Harpers Monthly, 1908. soft. Good. 6.5"" X 10"". ORIGINAL EDITION Publisher-Printing Location: Harper & Brothers, New York Date and Numbering: December 1908, Volume CXVI, Number DCXCVI Size and Page Count: 6.5 ? X 10 ? Tall, approx. 300 pages, includes advertisements and the back cover with statement of Harper s New Monthly Magazine Condition: Good, binding good, front and back covers are loose with tears and foxing, spine cover with small tears, pages with untrimmed edges are browning on edge, some with tears, some uncut pages, otherwise complete. Illustrations Information: approx. 40 illustrations and many vintage advertisements! ----An excellent opportunity for the collector, researcher or historian---- Articles and information: The mysterious chest -By Howard Pyle The New Province two thousand years old -By Ellsworth Huntington The thing that couldn't -By Margaret Cameron Poem: The deserted farm -By Charles Buxton Going A child at the siege of Vicksburg -By William W., Jr. Lord The travelling sister -By Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman Legends of the City of Mexico [(IV)] -By Thomas Allibone Janvier Poem: Song -By Louise Morgan Sill The shell of sense -By Olivia Howard Dunbar Poem: Silence -By Zona Gale The inner shrine: A novel (chaps I-III) -By Basil King The written word -By Van Tassel Sutphen Leaders of the new salon -By Charles Henry Caffin The avenging prayer -By Philip Verrill Mighels Applied heredity -By Reginald Crundall Punnett Poem: Ballade of the dreamland rose -By Brian Hooker The achievement -By Forrest Crissey One day's adventures -By Norman Duncan The common lot -By Emma Bell Miles Editor's easy chair -By William Dean Howells Editor's drawer/Poem: The wreck of the œJudy B. ? A story of Long Island Sound -By Burges Editor's drawer/Poem: On meeting an old friend (after Wordsworth) -By Carolyn Wells (And other Editor's drawer articles), Harpers Monthly, 1908, New York. 1973. Grossman. 1st Edition. Very Good In Dustjacket. 327 pages. December 1973. hardcover. Jacket design by B. H. Armstrong. 0670700398. keywords: Literature America Texas. inventory # 31081. FROM THE PUBLISHER - Méndez: a chicano, a ranch foreman thanks to fortunate circumstance, intellectual, and ambitious for himself and his people. Manuelo: his unemployed cousin, desperate, angry, and bent on avenging the wrongs he has suffered. Bond: ranch hand, buffoon, tale-spinner, a former preacher whose congregation now is Mendez. Houston: a Chicagoan who hopes to rebuild his life on the ranch he has just inherited. Four men who dream of the sky but are bound to the earth, who have cast themselves in roles but do not control the script, around whom C. W. Smith has built his remarkable first novel, THIN MEN OF HADDAM. It is a rich and sweeping story, set in the Southwest, impregnated with regional humor and color, and distinguished by a sure sense of characterization and plotting. The novel is constructed of stories told by its characters and flashbacks involving Méndez, the protagonist, who struggles to reconcile his dreams with his hatred for the Anglos who alone can satisfy them, and to satisfy both his self-interest and his desire to be a martyr for his people. Its tension ever building, the novel moves inexorably to its climactic scene, a dead-of-night manhunt in the rugged, semi-arid hills of West Texas. Readers of THIN MEN OF HADDAM will find echoes of Faulkner and Cervantes, but Smith is his own man, a writer whose major talents are fully displayed in this big, stemwinding novel of extraordinary authority, wit, and dramatic power. ISBN: 0670700398., South Yorkshire England: Pen & Sword, 2010. 176 pages, b&w photos. Brian Allen first went to sea as a naval aviation officer cadet aboard HMS Indefatigable in 1952, bound for Gibraltar. In 1954 he was appointed to Lossiemouth for fighter training and flew the Vampire T22. In December 1955 Brian joined 737 Squadron where he was attached to the Anti-Submarine Training Course flying the Fairey Barracuda. On completion he was destined to fly the then new Fairey Gannet twin turbo prop anti-submarine aircraft. July 1955, and now with 825 Squadron, saw his introduction of the new aircraft, a very different machine to the Barracuda. The Squadron joined HMS Albion on 10 January 1956, as she preceded down Channel in the company of her sister ship HMS Centaur, outwards bound for the Far East. After this tour was completed 825 Squadron was disbanded and Brian was transferred to 751 Squadron aboard HMS Warrior, an old WWII carrier with none of the latest facilities of his previous ship and on its final commission. However, his greatest shock was to discover that he would not be flying a Gannet, but the rather elderly Grumman Avenger, a very different aeroplane with a tail wheel and a piston engine. This would require a great change in take-off and landing technique. In February 1957 Warrior sailed west for the Panama Canal and thence into the Pacific where she and her aircraft would assist in Operation Grapple, the tests of Britain's first atomic bombs. During this operation Brian's adventures included dislodging the padre's kidney stone upon a catapult launch, denting the flight deck by a heavy landing and ditching close to the beach after an engine failure. Having converted to helicopters Brian was posted to 815 Squadron aboard HMS Albion in 1960 flying the Whirlwind Mk 7. During this posting he survived another ditching when his helicopter lost power and sunk. Having returned from a long Far Eastern voyage, Brian was now posted into The Helicopter Trials and Development Unit and it was whilst experimenting in a prototype Wasp that an accident, in which his crewman perished, was to injure him so severely that he was unable to fly again. He completed his commission as an Air Traffic Control Officer.. First Edition. Hard Cover. New/New., Pen & Sword, 2010

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Buckingham: Barracuda, 1987. 124 pp, small 4to (10 7/16" H). Number 368 of a limited edition. Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, reproductions. "(I)t is the detail of the 19th century record which attracts us most; the people who lived in specific houses like the Millers, Langleys and Merediths; the controversy about the three posts outside the White Hart Inn; the shops that changed from bank to fishmonger, from watchmaker to cobbler, from Bell Inn to basketmaker; the man who dug a canal in his garden to employ poor people; the ten-year-old who died when her pinny caught fire; the horse that took nine men to the gallows. Here too is the fire brigade whose captain refused entry to his own team as his cottage blazed away; the riots when a cemetery was proposed; the earliest chapels built and closed; Ann Pain, who stole a bullock's heart on St. Valentine's Day; Mr Marks, who lost 50 Pounds at Wellington Fair; elderly Maria Strippling, sentenced to seven days' labour for pinching threepennorth of hay; and the 4,703 tramps who came to Wellington in 1865. Transport changed the town, when the turnpikes, canal, railway and finally motorcar came. The first car owner was heavily fined; the first acceptable motor hit the Town Hall. Taverns prospered, and there were 75 at one time or another. Thirteen survive. The greatest change of all came with the Great War - 'our old world has gone forever' said the local 'rag'. That world is recreated (here) - in a fluent, fascinating and fact-packed narrative and some 200 pictures, many of them rare, and most unique to this book." Book is slightly cocked. Dust jacket has very light wrinkling at top edge, a few small faint indentations on panels, minor rubbing.. Limited Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good., Barracuda, 1987, South Yorkshire England: Pen & Sword, 2010. 176 pages, b&w photos. Brian Allen first went to sea as a naval aviation officer cadet aboard HMS Indefatigable in 1952, bound for Gibraltar. In 1954 he was appointed to Lossiemouth for fighter training and flew the Vampire T22. In December 1955 Brian joined 737 Squadron where he was attached to the Anti-Submarine Training Course flying the Fairey Barracuda. On completion he was destined to fly the then new Fairey Gannet twin turbo prop anti-submarine aircraft. July 1955, and now with 825 Squadron, saw his introduction of the new aircraft, a very different machine to the Barracuda. The Squadron joined HMS Albion on 10 January 1956, as she preceded down Channel in the company of her sister ship HMS Centaur, outwards bound for the Far East. After this tour was completed 825 Squadron was disbanded and Brian was transferred to 751 Squadron aboard HMS Warrior, an old WWII carrier with none of the latest facilities of his previous ship and on its final commission. However, his greatest shock was to discover that he would not be flying a Gannet, but the rather elderly Grumman Avenger, a very different aeroplane with a tail wheel and a piston engine. This would require a great change in take-off and landing technique. In February 1957 Warrior sailed west for the Panama Canal and thence into the Pacific where she and her aircraft would assist in Operation Grapple, the tests of Britain's first atomic bombs. During this operation Brian's adventures included dislodging the padre's kidney stone upon a catapult launch, denting the flight deck by a heavy landing and ditching close to the beach after an engine failure. Having converted to helicopters Brian was posted to 815 Squadron aboard HMS Albion in 1960 flying the Whirlwind Mk 7. During this posting he survived another ditching when his helicopter lost power and sunk. Having returned from a long Far Eastern voyage, Brian was now posted into The Helicopter Trials and Development Unit and it was whilst experimenting in a prototype Wasp that an accident, in which his crewman perished, was to injure him so severely that he was unable to fly again. He completed his commission as an Air Traffic Control Officer.. First Edition. Hard Cover. New/New., Pen & Sword, 2010

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On the Deck or in the Drink - Flying with the Royal Navy 1952-1964 - Allen, Lieutenant Brian R. (retired)
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On the Deck or in the Drink - Flying with the Royal Navy 1952-1964 - gebunden oder broschiert

2010, ISBN: 9781848841895

ID: 349511071

South Yorkshire England: Pen & Sword, 2010. 176 pages, b&w photos. Brian Allen first went to sea as a naval aviation officer cadet aboard HMS Indefatigable in 1952, bound for Gibraltar. In 1954 he was appointed to Lossiemouth for fighter training and flew the Vampire T22. In December 1955 Brian joined 737 Squadron where he was attached to the Anti-Submarine Training Course flying the Fairey Barracuda. On completion he was destined to fly the then new Fairey Gannet twin turbo prop anti-submarine aircraft. July 1955, and now with 825 Squadron, saw his introduction of the new aircraft, a very different machine to the Barracuda. The Squadron joined HMS Albion on 10 January 1956, as she preceded down Channel in the company of her sister ship HMS Centaur, outwards bound for the Far East. After this tour was completed 825 Squadron was disbanded and Brian was transferred to 751 Squadron aboard HMS Warrior, an old WWII carrier with none of the latest facilities of his previous ship and on its final commission. However, his greatest shock was to discover that he would not be flying a Gannet, but the rather elderly Grumman Avenger, a very different aeroplane with a tail wheel and a piston engine. This would require a great change in take-off and landing technique. In February 1957 Warrior sailed west for the Panama Canal and thence into the Pacific where she and her aircraft would assist in Operation Grapple, the tests of Britain's first atomic bombs. During this operation Brian's adventures included dislodging the padre's kidney stone upon a catapult launch, denting the flight deck by a heavy landing and ditching close to the beach after an engine failure. Having converted to helicopters Brian was posted to 815 Squadron aboard HMS Albion in 1960 flying the Whirlwind Mk 7. During this posting he survived another ditching when his helicopter lost power and sunk. Having returned from a long Far Eastern voyage, Brian was now posted into The Helicopter Trials and Development Unit and it was whilst experimenting in a prototype Wasp that an accident, in which his crewman perished, was to injure him so severely that he was unable to fly again. He completed his commission as an Air Traffic Control Officer.. First Edition. Hard Cover. New/New., Pen & Sword, 2010

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On the Deck or in the Drink Brian Allen first went to sea as a naval aviation officer cadet aboard HMS Indefatigable in 1952 , bound for Gibraltar. In 1954 he was appointed to Lossiemouth for fighter training and flew the Vampire T22. In December 1955 Brian joined 737 Squadron where he was attached to the Anti-Submarine Training Course flying the Fairey Barracuda. On completion he was destined to fly the then new Fairey Gannet twin turbo prop anti-submarine aircraft. July 1955, and now with 825 Squadron, saw his introduction of the new aircraft, a very different machine to the Barracuda.The Squadron joined HMS Albion on 10 January 1956, as she preceded down Channel in the company of her sister ship HMS Centaur, outwards bound for the Far East. After this tour was completed 825 Squadron was disbanded and Brian was transferred to 751 Squadron aboard HMS Warrior, an old WWII carrier with none of the latest facilities of his previous ship and on its final commission. However, his greatest shock was to discover that he would not be flying a Gannet, but the rather elderly Grumman Avenger, a very different aeroplane with a tail wheel and a piston engine.This would require a great change in take-off and landing technique. In February 1957 Warrior sailed west for the Panama Canal and thence into the Pacific where she and her aircraft would assist in Operation Grapple, the tests of Britain's first atomic bombs. During this operation Brian's adventures included dislodging the padre's kidney stone upon a catapult launch, denting the flight deck by a heavy landing and ditching close to the beach after an engine failure. Having converted to helicopters Brian was posted to 815 Squadron aboard HMS Albion in 1960 flying the Whirlwind Mk 7. During this posting he survived another ditching when his helicopter lost power and sunk. Having returned from a long Far Eastern voyage, Brian was now posted into The Helicopter Trials and Development Unit and it was whilst experimenting in a prototype Wasp that an accident, in which his crewman perished, was to injure him so severely that he was unable to fly again. He completed his commission as an Air Traffic Control Officer.Brian is now retired and lives in Cornwall. Bücher 978-1-84884-189-5, Pen & Sword Books Ltd

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