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1937 How To Find Your Way In The Air By GW Ferguson

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1937 How To Find Your Way In The Air By GW Ferguson

A lovely piece of aviation history in the form of this small hard back book, 1937 How To Find Your Way In The Air By GW Ferguson, with paper dust cover. It teaches you rudimentary flight navigation using a map, protractor and the Ferguson proportion Calculator. This was just before WW2!

The paper dust cover is in fairly good condition with scuffs, yellowing and small tears at the corners.  The book is in pretty good condition with some yellowing. Previously owner by The Technical College, Blackpool.

  • Title: How To Find Your Way In The Air
  • Author: GW Ferguson
  • Published by Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons ltd
  • Second and Revised Edition
  • 87 pages including schematics
  • Approx. Size
    • Height: 19cm
    • Width: 12.7cm
    • Depth: 1.5cm

It's a book that was likely used by the Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA), founded at the outbreak of World War II. A civilian service which ferried RAF and RN warplanes between factories, maintenance units and front-line squadrons. Men and Women of the ATA flew many different types of planes, in all weather conditions, without radios or instrument flying instruction!

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