J. M. Spaight. Volcano Island. London: Geoffrey Bles, 1943. Although Spaight is one of my guys, I didn't know from the title alone if it was even about aviation. Turns out that it is; here's the blurb from the front dustjacket:
IN 1939, our Island was peaceful and innocuous; now in 1943, with its volcanic battlestations of Bomber Command, it has the most terrific capacity for far-reaching destruction the world has ever known.
My copy came with a bonus: a clipping from the Daily Telegraph date 12 February 1960 about a lecture given by P. M. S. Blackett about the Tizard-Lindemann clashes before the war and other matters relating to air defence and offence: Tizard 'related that at one meeting [of the Air Council] the main business was the inspection of an exhibition of different designs of W.A.A.F. underwear.'
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