Air Marshal Sir Robert Clark-Hall

Author(s): R.H. & J.L. Clark-Hall

World Military History | Secondhand

Air Marshal Sir Robert Clark-Hall, K.B.E., C.M.G., D.S.O. had a long career in aviation and this autobiography was completed after his death by his son. Beginning with naval service in the Boxer rebellion, Sir Robert learnt to fly in 1911. Commander of the HMS Ark Royal at Gallipoli. Before the Second World War he retired to New Zealand, and put himself at the disposal of the New Zealand Government and ended up commanding the RNZAF group in the Solomon Islands. This copy has an inscription signed by the co-author Pat Clark-Hall.


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  • : 9780473031434
  • : The Raven Press
  • : Christchurch
  • : books

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  • : R.H. & J.L. Clark-Hall
  • : Softback
  • : 172