Cats have only nine lives

Bryan Cox, Author

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Maker and Role
Bryan Cox, Author
Production Date
"Cats have only nine lives" not only gives a fascinating insight into [Bryan Cox]'s experiences as a fighter pilot in the RNZAF, but picks up where the other books left off, as it covers his many and varied experiences in civilian flying. The stories Bryan tells are sometimes hilarious, sometimes tragic. Although he lost many friends during the war, he made many more with his continued involvement in civilian aviation - firstly as an air traffic controller and then as an instructor. Cats have only nine lives is a fascinating collection of stories, anecdotes, and facts that are both entertaining and educational. Given that most of Bryan's flying was from Auckland's Ardmore Aerodrome, this book also records much of that airfield's history too." - foreword.
Physical Description
189 pages : illustrations (some colour), portraits, map ; 30 cm
Bryan Cox (copy1) Hand-written
Walsh Memorial Library (copy1)
Donated by
Brian Cox
Feb 2004 Sticker
To Clive Lye (copy2)
Best wishes
Bryan Cox
15/1/2005 Hand-written
Accession No
Credit Line
Bryan Cox. 2004. Cats have only nine lives, 05-709. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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