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World Air Power Journal, Vol. 1, Spring 1990 by David DonaldVolume 1
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 2, Summer 1990 by David DonaldVolume 2
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 3, Autumn/Fall 1990 by David DonaldVolume 3
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 4, Winter 1990/91 by David DonaldVolume 4
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 5, Spring 1991 by David DonaldVolume 5
World Air Power Journal Volume 6 Summer 1991 by David DonaldVolume 6
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 7 (Autumn-Winter, 1991) by David DonaldVolume 7
World Air Power Journal Volume 8 Spring 1992 by David DonaldVolume 8
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 9, Summer 1992 by David DonaldVolume 9
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 10, Autumn/Fall 1992 (Vol 10) by David DonaldVolume 10
World Air Power Journal Volume 11 Winter 1992 by David DonaldVolume 11
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 12, Spring 1993 by David DonaldVolume 12
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 13, Summer 1993 by David DonaldVolume 13
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 14, Autumn/Fall 1993 by David DonaldVolume 14
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 15, Winter 1993 by David DonaldVolume 15
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 16, Spring 1994 by David DonaldVolume 16
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 17, Summer 1994 by David DonaldVolume 17
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 18, Autumn/Fall 1994 by David DonaldVolume 18
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 19, Winter 1994 by David DonaldVolume 19
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 20, Spring 1995 by David DonaldVolume 20
World Air Power Journal Volume 21 Summer 1995 by David DonaldVolume 21
World Air Power Journal Volume 22 Autumn/Fall 1995 by David DonaldVolume 22
World Air Power Journal Volume 23 Winter 1995 by David DonaldVolume 23
World Air Power Journal Volume 24 Spring 1996 by David DonaldVolume 24
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 25, Summer 1996 by David DonaldVolume 25
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 26, Autumn/Fall 1996 by David DonaldVolume 26
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 27, Winter 1996 by David DonaldVolume 27
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 28, Spring 1997 by David DonaldVolume 28
World Air Power Journal Volume 29 Summer 1997 by David DonaldVolume 29
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 30, Autumn/Fall 1997 by David DonaldVolume 30
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 31, Winter 1997 by David DonaldVolume 31
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 32, Spring 1998 by David DonaldVolume 32
World Air Power Journal: Volume 33 Summer 1998 by David DonaldVolume 33
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 34, Autumn/Fall 1998 by David DonaldVolume 34
World Air Power Journal Volume 35 Winter 1998 by David DonaldVolume 35
World Air Power Journal Volume 36 by David DonaldVolume 36
World Air Power Journal Volume 37 Summer 1999 by David DonaldVolume 37
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 38, Autumn/Fall 1999 by David DonaldVolume 38
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 39, Winter 1999 by David DonaldVolume 39
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 40, Spring 2000 by David DonaldVolume 40
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 41, Summer 2000 by David DonaldVolume 41
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 42, Autumn/Fall 2000 by David DonaldVolume 42
World Air Power Journal, Vol. 43 by David DonaldVolume 43

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World Air Power Journal (Quarterly)

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Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification (eg., avoid lumping Jane Austen with her continuators).

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