London: Nicholson and Watson, 1938. First Edition. Octavo. pp. 332. With 16 illustrated plates, including frontispiece. In publisher's black cloth blocked in red in pictorial dust jacket. Edges lightly spotted; bookplate of Robert Bradford Reid to paste-down. Minor crease to crown of jacket, slightly sunned at spine. A near fine copy. Scarce in jacket. An autobiographical account of Jones' remarkable service as a Western Front scout pilot with the Royal Flying Corps and the Royal Air Force, credited with destroying 28 enemy aircraft & three balloons. His illustrious colleagues included flying ace Major 'Mick' Mannock VC and Aircraftman Ross (T.E. Lawrence)."There is no better man to tell the imperishable story of the part played by Bristish airmen in the skies over France and Flanders" (from the dust-jacket blurb). Item #40316
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