|Sources; Books, Films, Archives and more
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Bourdillon, F. W. (translated by). Aucassin & Nicolette. London: The Folio Society, 1947.
Calvocoressi, Peter and Guy Wint. Total War: The Story of World War II. New York: Pantheon Books, 1972.
Catton, Bruce. The War Lords of Washington. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1948.
Charmley, John. Chamberlain and the Lost Peace. Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 1989.
Charmley, John. Churchill: The End of Glory: A Political Biography. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1993.
Charmley, John. Churchill’s Grand Alliance: The Anglo-American Special Relationship 1940– 57. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1995.
Churchill, Winston S. The Second World War, Volume I; The Gathering Storm. Boston: Houghton Miffl in Company, The Riverside Press Cambridge, 1948.
Coffey, Thomas M. Lion by the Tail. New York: Viking, 1974.
Coit, Margaret L. Mr. Baruch. Boston: Houghton Miffl in, 1957.
Conant, Jennet. The Irregulars; Roal Dahl and the British Spy Ring in Wartime Washington. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2008.
Crossley, Anthony. From One Vagabond to Another. London: Christopher’s, 1935.
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Crossley, Anthony. Prophets, Gods and Witches. London: Christopher’s, 1927.
Crossley, Anthony. The Floating Line for Salmon and Sea Trout. London: Methuen, 1939.
Crossley, Anthony. Tragedy under Lucifer: A Pastoral Poem with a Prose Poem Epilogue with a Defense of Modern Poetry. London: Christopher’s, 1931.
Danish-English Dictionary. Dansk Ordbog. Edited by Anna Garde (additional material by W. Glyn Jones. London and New York: Routledge, 1991
Davies, R. E. G. British Airways: An Airline and Its Aircraft. Volume 1: 1919–1939. McLean, VA: Paladwr, 2005.
Davies, R. E. G. Lufthansa: An Airline and its Aircraft. McLean, VA: Paladwr, 1991.
Deborin, G. Secrets of the Second World War. Moscow: Progress, 1971.
Dominguez Castillo, Ruben. Los Recuerdos… Quien te los quita? Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas. Mexico:2003.
Earle, Hubert P. Blackout: The Human Side of Europe’s March to War. Philadelphia: J. B.
Eden, Anthony: The Eden Memoirs: the Reckoning. London: Casell, 1965.
Elliott, William Yandell and H. Duncan Hall, eds. The British Commonwealth at War. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1943.
Ellisen, Stanley, A. Who Owns the Land? Portland, OR: Multnomah, 1991.
Evans, Richard J. The Third Reich in Power. London: Penguin, 2005.
Farago, Ladislas. The Game of the Foxes. New York: David McKay, 1971.
Fish, Hamilton. Tragic Deception: FDR and America’s Involvement in World War II. Old Greenwich, CT: Devin-Adair, 1983.
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Prentice Hall, 1981.
Langham, Rob. Is the reluctance of aircraft manufacturers to implement changes in their designs a major cause of airliner accidents? A discussion. Aviation Honours Project, London Metropolitan University.
Amelia. A Mira Nair Film. Fox Searchlight Pictures and Avalon Pictures; 2009.
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Newspaper and Magazine Sources
The Times (London)
The Daily Telegraph
Urmston Western Telegraph
Stretford Borough News
The Chronicle (Oldham)
Lancaster Observer and Morecambe
(Lancaster, Lancashire, England)
Lancaster Guardian and General Adv. Of North Counties (Lancaster, Lancashire, England)
All of the following Danish or German Newspapers were used from August 15, 1939 (evening editions) until August 18, 1939. As the World began to face World War II the G-AESY became old news fast.
Fredericksborg Amts Avis
Vordingborg Dagblad; Folkeblad for
Lollands Falster Folketidende
Nordsjellands Vensteblad Social-Demokraten
Braunschweiger Tageblatt Braunschweiger Anzeiger
Storstomsbroen 50 Ar (Special edition commemorating 50 years of the Bridge with a two page story on August 15, 1939 including four photographs).
Flyvehistorisk Tidsskrift (Dansk Flyvehistorisk Forening) 1-88 Februar.
Pages 17-21 and 23
The New York Times
Planes and Pilot
Flight Magazine (Flight Global Archives)
April 8, 1937, page 348, “Wrightways Go Ahead.”
December 9, 1937, page 584, “Accident
April 27, 1939, page 439, “Intava LTD.”
June 15, 1939, page 616, “Airline Fleet Maintenance.”
August 24, 1939, page 186, “Another British Airways Loss.”
June 23, 1949, page 745, “Operating Factors and Design.”
June 6, 1952, page 679, “Advice from Experience.”
March 25, 1955, page 383, “Maintenance of Helicopters.”
May 13, 1960, page 657, “Plant Eepresentative.”
Yahoo UK and Ireland
Yahoo Deutschland Yahoo Danmark
Other Internet Sources
Please note that to access some of the sites included one must fi rst go to a search engine for the specifi c country where the site is found.
Keeping tabs on the UK’s parliaments & assemblies.
www.hansard.millbanksystems.com UK Parliament.
This photographic collection is where I found photos of the G-AESY from around 1939, ready to leave, we believe, from Croydon Airport.
Aviation safety Network; detailed information on the G-AESY.
There are several videos of interest and still photos can be purchased. The stills can also be published; the author was informed on April 5, 2011 by Critical Past at (800)249-4430 or (302)742-4153. This book used specifi cally the video clips numbered 65675035704, 65675035705, 65675035706 and 65675035711 Neville Chamberlain walks past the G-AESY on his way to Munich.
Note by Liddell Hart on discussions with Anthony Crossley, MP, about the production of antiaircraft guns.
Biographies of all political fi gures mentioned.
Isracast is a multimedia broadcast and distribution network through which I searched for Avraham Stern and the Irgun Zwei Leuimi.
This is the site where the memorandum for the Attorney General Relative to a request for Grand Jury Authorization to Investigate the International Oil cartel, June 24, 1952 is found. (Intava) www.parliament.uk
en.wikipedia.org da.wikipedia.org de.wikipedia.org
English, Danish and German Wikipedia. All groups, places, and individuals mentioned in the book were researched on this site. www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk
All historical British personalities and events mentioned in the book were researched on this site.
I searched for airplane engineers, Lockheed Electra, and Intava on this site.
I searched for the Irgun or Zwei Leumi as well as the Stern Gang and the Munich Pact on this site.
I searched for all individuals from the G-AESY and those who investigated it on this site.
Key Publishing is Europe’s leading aviation publisher, according to their website.
National Archives UK. Although I visited them on several occasions, some of the fi les used for the book were purchased from them online.
I searched for information on Rockefeller and Standard Oil on this site.
www.chelationtherapyonline.com Standard Oil and Mexico. reformed-theology.org/html/books/wall_street/ Chapter_04.htm
Chapter 4, Standard Oil Fuels WWII.
History of Air Accidents Investigation Branch, UK.
I studied every angle of the airplane. It is beautiful.
The National Archives UK
Kew, Surrey TW9 4DU, UK www.nationalarchives.gov.uk
British Airways Heritage Center
Greater London TW6 2JA, UK www.bamuseum.com
The Danish National Archives
Rigsdagsgaarden 9 DK-1218 Copenhagen, DK www.sa.dk
The box fi le I was allowed to work with at the police station in Nykobing/Falster is an archive that needs to be requested through the Danish police.