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no publisher, 1938. Staple bound paperback booklet measuring 215x100mm with 24 pages. Foreword: "An increasing number of people are discovering the fascination of an air journey to England. For those who have not made that discovery, Mr Fysh, in the accompanying article, has drawn a series of vivid pen pictures, true highlights of an air trip across half the world. He views, with perception sharpened by much travel, the new type of air travel made possible by the Empire flying boats. He catches the light that flashes from the myriad facets of London, that Mecca of all australians; tells of Britain's re-armament plan; touches on current aircraft achievement and described an air trip to Holland. Finally he sounds a deep note of warning - the urgency of Empire preparedness. A little browning affects the covers, otherwise an excellent copy