Series: Dave Dawson

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Dave Dawson at Dunkirk by Robert Sidney Bowen1
Dave Dawson with the R.A.F by R. Sidney Bowen2
Dave Dawson in Libya by R. Sidney Bowen3
Dave Dawson on Convoy Patrol by R. Sidney Bowen4
Dave Dawson: Flight Lieutenant by R. Sidney Bowen5
Dave Dawson at Singapore by R. Sidney Bowen6
Dave Dawson with the Pacific Fleet by Robert Sidney Bowen7
Dave Dawson with the Air Corps by R. Sidney Bowen8
Dave Dawson with the Commandos by R. Sidney Bowen9
Dave Dawson on the Russian Front by R. Sidney Bowen10
Dave Dawson with the Flying Tigers by R. Sidney Bowen11
Dave Dawson on Guadalcanal by R. Sidney Bowen12
Dave Dawson at Casablanca by Robert Sidney Bowen13
Dave Dawson with the 8th Air Force by R. Sidney Bowen14
Dave Dawson at Truk by Robert Sidney Bowen15

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