These are Facts - The Autobiography of Air Marshall Sir Richard Williams
This is the story of a man who is commonly referred to as the, " Father of the RAAF" Air Marshall Sir Richard Williams. In 1914 he was selected for pilot training at the first course of instruction at Point Cook, and was the first graduate from that course. He went on to active serve as the Flight Commander of No 1 Squadron Australian Flying Corps. In 1919 he returned to Melbourne to the newly created position of Director of Air Services at Army headquarters. In 1920, Lieutenant Colonel Williams was appointed senior officer of that service soon to become known as the Royal Australian Air Force. This is an autobiography of an outstanding serviceman who oversaw the creation of the RAAF.
Wear to the dust jacket, boards nice, some marks on the outer textblock (see pic), otherwise very good condition of an ever increasingly difficult book to obtain.