LUFT BOOKS

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LUFT BOOKS

Post by Bret van Sant » 20 Jun 2002 23:49

I PICKED UP A LARGE GROUP OF LUFT/METEOROLOGICAL PAPER AND A FEW FLIGHT TRAINING BOOKS WITH MAPS ABOUT A YEAR AGO. SO I'M SHARING WITH YOU GUYS.I HAVE NOT SEEN MANY OF THESE AROUND.PRINTED IN 1919 NOTE THE TRANSITIONAL STAMP. I'LL POST A FEW MORE LATER. WAS UNABLE TO UPLOAD TO THIS FORUM SO I PUT THEM ON MY SITE THEY, MAY TAKE A BIT TO LOAD.

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Post by Bret van Sant » 21 Jun 2002 00:12

ANOTHER, NOTE THE 1916 DATE. WITH THE NEWER STYLE STAMP. NOT ALL IMPERIAL ITEMS WERE TOSSED OUT

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Post by Bret van Sant » 21 Jun 2002 00:21

A 1944 DATED ONE. THE STAMP IS VERY FAINT. MORE LATER. THIS IS SO MUCH FUN MARCUS!!!! THANK YOU

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Post by Bryan Poon » 21 Jun 2002 17:35

Hi Bret

Will you post more the inside content? Have you translate the German to English? Hope to see more, please let us know the URL.

Thanks
BP

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Post by Bret van Sant » 21 Jun 2002 21:27

BRYAN, I WAS UNABLE TO LOAD THE IMAGES ON THE FORUM. MAYBE MARCUS HAS NOT TURNED ON THAT FUNCTION YET? SO UPLOADED THE IMAGES ON MY SITE AND LINKED THEM. I WILL POST SOME MORE TODAY. MOST OF THE TRANSLATION IS ABOUT WEATHER READINGS ETC... CHARTS AND THE LIKE. NOT MIND BLOWING BUT KIND OF INTERESTING. THE WHOLE BUNCH CAME FROM A TINY SHOP IN WISCONSIN. THE PRICE WAS "JAW DROPPING" I JUST GOT LUCKY PLAIN AND SIMPLE.

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