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Allied Air Transport Operations South West Pacific Area in WWII - Volume I

Allied Air Transport Operations South West Pacific Area in WWII – Volume One – Development of air transport 1903–1943
by Robert H. Kelly 

Book order form for Robert H. Kelly's Allied Air Transport Operations South West Pacific Area in WWII

Released in August 2004 – Allied Air Transport Operations South West Pacific Area in WWII – Volume One – Development of air transport 1903–1943.

After more than 20 years of research and writing author Bob Kelly is pleased to at last present this first of five volumes.

The series is unique in that no comprehensive history of the air transport effort in the Pacific in WWII has ever been written before – over 1500 planes and thousands of personnel were involved in transporting supplies and troops within the South West Pacific Area.

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Allied Air Transport Operations South West Pacific Area in WWII - Volume Two, 1943 - Year of expansion and consolidation
by Robert H. Kelly 

Book order form for Robert H. Kelly's Allied Air Transport Operations South West Pacific Area in WWII - Volume Two, 1943 - Year of expansion and consolidation

Robert Kelly's Allied Air Transport Operations, Volume 2 , is very impressive indeed. In this volume, one in a series projected to span the years of the Pacific war, Kelly offers a chronicle of a single year of Allied military transportation.

Good reference material – volumes which provide information in an accessible form – is extremely valuable to military historians, particularly amateur military historians. When I first opened Robert Kelly's Volume, I was expecting to find a work similar in scope and detail to Martin Middlebrook's commendable Bomber Command War Diaries , which I keep close to hand on my shelves, and consult with some regularity. Quite frankly, Kelly's volume surpassed my expectations.

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