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|Title:||MAC'S MEMOIRS: The Flying Life of Squadron Leader McGregor DFC|
|Author(s):||CUNNINGHAM, G H|
|New / Used:||Used|
|Book Type:||Small Hardcover|
|Published By:||AH & AW Reed|
|Size (mm):||145 w x 225 h x 25 d|
No dust jacket - first image for illustrative purposes only.
Excellent original condition, wear on board covers, binding tight, pages clean, inscription inside end paper. Images depict all need to know detail.
Malcolm Charles McGregor DFC was a New Zealand WWI flying ace in with the RFC from 7 April 1917 to the end of the war. Post-war he was a New Zealand aviation pioneer and an intercontinental air racing competitor. He joined the the RNZAF in the 1920s, but continued to also distinguish himself in a variety of civil aviation activities. He was killed in an air crash at Wellington New Zealand on 19 February 1936.
Illustrated throughout with monochrome images, portrait on title page.