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Balus, the aeroplane in Papua New Guinea (edition 1986)

by James Sinclair

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The third and final volume of a trilogy on the history of aviation in Papua New Guinea which began with volumes subtitled TThe Early Years' and TThe Rise of Talair'. Beautifully illustrated with photographs and maps, it includes a detailed index. The author was a field officer in PNG for 27 years.
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Title:Balus, the aeroplane in Papua New Guinea
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Info:Bathurst, N.S.W. : Robert Brown & Associates, c1986-1990.
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Balus, the aeroplane in Papua New Guinea Vols 1 - 3 by James Sinclair

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The third and final volume of a trilogy on the history of aviation in Papua New Guinea which began with volumes subtitled TThe Early Years' and TThe Rise of Talair'. Beautifully illustrated with photographs and maps, it includes a detailed index. The author was a field officer in PNG for 27 years.

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