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Barnaby Blacker THE ADVENTURES AND INNOVATIONS OF STEWART BLACKER First Edition Signed

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First edition first print hardback sub-titled Soldier, Aviator, Weapons Inventor, published by Pen and Sword Military in 2006. Signed by Barnaby Blacker on the title page
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First edition first print hardback of THE ADVENTURES & INNOVATIONS OF STEWART BLACKER (Soldier, Aviator, Weapons Inventor) edited by Barnaby Blacker and published by Pen and Sword Military in 2006. Signed by Barnaby Blacker on the title page.

The book is in near fine condition (black cloth boards with gilt lettering to spine) with no significant wear. The book is in a near fine unclipped dust jacket which also has no wear to speak of. Internally the pages are clean and tight and there are no tears or other inscriptions.

Stewart Blacker's inventions made a significant contribution to victory in both World Wars. During The Great War he led the team that developed the synchronised machine gun, which was able to fire through the propeller of allied fighter planes. Prior to the Second World War he designed the PIAT anti tank weapon that was used with dramatic effect during WW2 from Normandy until the end of the war.

206 pages including Illustrations, Bibliograhy and Index.

ISBN: 1844154319

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Specifications
  • Weight:
    0.63kg
  • Product Code:
    4672
  • Condition:
    Used
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