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On this site, you will find a list of books and magazines about UFOs and related subjects that are part of my collection.

For each book and magazine, publication details and cover images are provided. For many books and magazines, the table of contents is also included. If a digital version of the publication exists, a link to download it is provided. (Digital versions are NOT downloadable from the site).

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Mail Bag: The Wrong Approach (Mail) p.32
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 2 N. 5 September - October 1956
Name: Smith, C. G.
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Mail Bag: Let there be light (Mail) p.31
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 3 N. 1 January - February 1957
Name: Smith, C. G.
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Mail Bag: Hob-nailed Boots in the Universe (Mail) p.iii
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 3 N. 3 May - June 1957
Name: Smith, C. G.
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Mail Bag: Beware of Impatience (Mail) p.iii
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 3 N. 5 September - October 1957
Name: Smith, C. G.
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Mail Bag: The Philosophy of the Saucers p.iii
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 4 N. 5 September - October 1958
Name: Smith, C. G.
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Vol. 2 N. 5 September - October 1956
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Name: Smith, C. G.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial1

News Report
Desmond LESLIEThe strangest UFO case of all
Exclusive Despatch
2-4
Thousands see 80-ft saucer over Lincolnshire4
On Britain's South Coast4
And New Zealand4

World Round-Up
Europe
Great Britain
5-7
Europe
Germany
7
Africa
Kenya
7
Africa
Morocco
7
Africa
Rhodesia
7-8
Africa
South Africa
8
Asia
Pakistan
8
Australasia
Fiji Islands
8
North America
U.S.A
8

"Flying Saucer Review" launches
International UFO Observer Corps
9

John PITT"Tell us please, Mr Birch!" say John Pitt 10-13
(Reprint Flying Saucer Review Vol. 29 N. 5 June/1984 "Tell us please, Mr Birch!" say John Pitt, pp. 12-14)

Unanswered questions
No. 2... The Mid-day "U" Blips
13

Charles A. MANEYAn Open Letter to scientists 14-15

Carl OLSENScandinavian Saucer. Fabulous sighting reports
Chased by a flying saucer!
16

Horacio Gonzalez GANTEAUME& S. American cigars
Haver giants landed on Cordilleras?
17

John LADEAdamski - A reasoned support 18-19

Arthur CONSTANCEThis Amazing Universe 20-23

W. SCHROEDERFrom an Astronomer's Notebook 24-26

Panorama spotlights space events
Mr. Cedric Allingham27
2nd International Flying Saucer Sighting Day27
You chance to hear spacemen27-28
Japanese saucer research group28
Flying saucers and the younger generation28
Big names back saucer research group28
News items from "The Times"28-29
Trans-antarctic expedition29
Seventh international astronautical congresss29

Selected Books
George W. VAN TASSEL, INTO THIS WORLD AND OUT AGAIN 30
Review: George W. VAN TASSEL,INTO THIS WORLD AND OUT AGAIN - 1955

Mail Bag
A Good Combination31
The Official Attitude31-32
The Wrong Approach32


Image not available Flying Saucer Review
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 3 N. 1 January - February 1957
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Name: Smith, C. G.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial1

"UFOs Coming to Earth" says Rear-Admiral Fahrney2
Brightest comet of the century2-3
The recent opposition of Mars3
Saucers swarm over Dakotas3-4
Project Blue Book Report No. 144
Combustion of metals causes U.S. fires4

Chales McK. LONGCROFTSaucer sighting hints 5

World Round-Up
Africa
Rhodesia
6
Africa
South Africa
6
America
U.S.A.
6-7
Asia
Japan
7
Asia
Malaya
7-8
Europa
France
8
Europa
Great Britain
8-9
Europa
Norway
9

Arthur CONSTANCEThis Amazing Universe
Screwing down then lid on euclid
10-13

Derek DEMPSTERKeeping down with the Joneses 14-15

Meade N. LAYNEQuestion from Pretoria - But why ask "why"? 16-18

Unanswered Questions
No. 4... have UFOs been Fired Upon?18-19

Rocket test apparition 19

Bernard E. FINCHAttempted suicide! 20-21

S. K. MAITRATasks before a ufological conference 22-23

Men nearly caught flying saucer 23

W. SCHROEDERFrom an Astronomer's Notebook 24-27

Panorama spotlights space events
Rockets out of control28
Satellites will Burn Up28
Invisible Plant will Design Manned Satellites28
International lunar Society28
Visual Chart of flying saucers28
Dutch Flying Saucer Group29
Another Canadian Saucer Club29
Mr. George Adamski29
George Hunt Williamson in Peru29
Coal found and Snow-free Area seen near Pole29

Selected Books
Brinsley LE POER TRENCHDonald E. KEYHOE, THE FLYING SAUCER CONSPIRACY , Aimé MICHEL, THE TRUTH ABOUT FLYING SAUCERS , Gavin GIBBONS, THE COMING OF THE SPACE SHIPS , Arthur CONSTANCE, THE INEXPLICABLE SKY 30
Review: Arthur CONSTANCE,THE INEXPLICABLE SKY - 1956, Gavin GIBBONS,THE COMING OF THE SPACE SHIPS - 1956, Aimé MICHEL,THE TRUTH ABOUT FLYING SAUCERS - 1956, Donald E. KEYHOE,THE FLYING SAUCER CONSPIRACY - 1955

Mail Bag
Let there be light31
A Remarkable Sighting31-32
Letter from Norway32


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 3 N. 3 May - June 1957
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Name: Smith, C. G.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

EditorialQ

R.A.F. Radar picks up UFO over S.W. Scotland2-5
More scientists say stop!5
Official UFO projects in current operation5

Clifford THORNTONThe Wardle mystery
Exclusive on-the-spot report from Dr. Clifford Thornron
4

World Round-Up
Africa
South Africa
5
America
Argentina
5
America
U.S.A
5
Asia
Japan
5-6
Australasia
Australia
6
Australasia
New Zealand
6
Europe
Great Britain
7

Brinsley LE POER TRENCHUFOs man-made? Do not be taken in
Says the Editor
8

Scrapbook for 1880 9

T. Lobsang RAMPAFlying into space 10-12

Charles A. MANEYUFO fleets over Washington, D.C. 13-15

Derek D. DEMPSTERInternational Geophysical Year 16-18

Unanswered Questions
No. 6... Is 1957, As Bender said, the Year?19

Bernard E. FINCHSecond step to anti-gravity 20-21

UFOs photographed over Germany 21

Arthur CONSTANCEThis Amazing Universe
The dinensions and the demented
22-25

W. SCHROEDERFrom an Astronomer's Notebook 26-28+31

Panorama spotlights space events
Mystery Explosions29-30
Blue Canals on Mars30
Junior Skywatch of the Americas30
Scooter Club hold Packed Saucer Meeting30
Arthur Constance on Radio Luxembuorg31
New South African Group31
Quote from 'Prediction' May Issue, 195731
Lost Cities of Ancient S. American Civilisation31
Another Japanese Saucer Club31

Selected Books
Brinsley LE POER TRENCHMax B. MILLER, FLYING SAUCERS: FACT OR FICTION? 32
Review: Max B. MILLER,FLYING SAUCERS: FACT OR FICTION? - 1957

Mail Bag
Hob-nailed Boots in the Universeiii

Late News
Radar Sighting over English Channeliv
Landing in Franceiv

Governments suppressing Truth about Saucer
iv
Governments Suppressing Truth About Sauceriv


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 3 N. 5 September - October 1957
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Name: Smith, C. G.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

International UFO Observer Corps Ii

Editorial1

The physical proof you have been waiting for! 2-3

Four UFO 's tracked on radar at 3,600 M.P.H. 3

"R.A.F. flying review" investigate saucers 3

World Round-Up
America
Argentine
4
America
Canada
4
America
U.S.A.
4
America
Venezuela
4-5
Asia
Japan
5
Australasia
Australia
5
Europe
Great Britain
5-8
Europe
Italy
8

Philip RODGERSThe Sheffield Saucers
Special report on an amazing week
9

H. Percy WILKINSThe known and the unknown
The second of a series of three articles, by one of the world's foremost astronomers
10-13

Tadpole-shaped object snapped over Japan 14

Scrapbook for 1882 14

International Flying Saucer Sighting Day, Japan, June 8 15

George ADAMSKIExclusive to "Flying Saucer Review"
Flying Saucers Versus the Supernatural
16-19

The 4th I.F.S.S,D. On july 27th 19

Arthur CONSTANCEThis amazing universe
The indivisible Invisible
20-23+25

George Hunt WILLIAMSONProject Scroll
I. Home of the Giant Gods
24-25

W. SCHROEDERFrom an Astronomer's Notebook 26-28

Panorama spotlights space events
Rocketry Expert backs UFOs29
NICAP's New Magazine29
CSI (New Zealand)29
New British Magazine29
"The White Star Illuminator"29
Serious South African Group29-30
New Saucer Group in Middlesbrough30
Manchester Flying Saucer Research Society30
Don't Scorn UFO Photos30
Mr. Ben Herrington30
Sunderland hears about UFOs30

Unanswered Questions

No. 8... communications
31-32

Mail Bag
A Suggestion32
Down to Earth32-iii
Beware of Impatienceiii

Late News
50-lb Cake Falls from Skyiv
Airliner has UFO Escortiv
UFO Follows Another Airlineriv


Image not available Flying Saucer Review
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 4 N. 5 September - October 1958
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Name: Smith, C. G.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

International UFO Observer Corps ii

Editorial1

Lou ZINSSTAGMonguzzi Takes Saucer Photo of the Centry 2-4

Strategic Air Command Admits UFOs 5

Ministry of Defence and UFOs 5

Moon Rocket Explodes 5

Dr. G. H. Williamson British Lecture Tour 5

World Round-Up
Ghana: UFO 2 Nights Running
Ducks and birds uproar
6
Danish Scout Camp Awakened by Glowing UFO6
Who Were Watching Whom?6-7
British Astronomer Causes Controversy7
Another Sighting in Hertfordshire7

Adamski: US Air Technical Disclosure Regarding 8-9

Charles A. MANEYScientific Aspects of UFO Research
An important speech on the occasion of the opening of the Planetary Centre, Detroit, Michigan, June 14,1958
10-12+30

6th International Flying Saucer Sighting Day 13

George Hunt WILLIAMSONProject Scroll
4. Return to the Lost City
This exclusive dispatch to "Flying Saucer Review" was sent just prior to our contributor's departure for Europe and a lecture tour in Britain
14-15

Howard MENGERThe Song from Saturn
This is the third instalment of THE HOWARD MENGER STORY, an amazing account of personal contacts with space ships and space people. The photographs of space craft the accompanied Mr. Menger's article in the July-August issue aroused world-wide interest
16-17

Dino KRASPEDONAbout Light 18-19+25

Philip RODGERSSpace Men Speaking 20-21

W. H. WATSONUfology and the Ion Rocket 22-23

Bernard E. FINCHIs ionisation the answer to UFO flight?
Magneto-Aerodynamics
A new method of flight
24-25

W. SCHROEDERFrom an Astronomer's Notebook 26-28+32

B. BENINCASAEarthlings Are Not Alone. In This Boundless Universe 29

Scrapbook for 1887 30

Panorama spotlights space events
San Marino Saucer Exhibition31
"The UFOloger"31
"Space Probe31
"Outer Space Review"31
Tees-side UFO Research Group Bulletin31+iii

Selected Books
Brinsley LE POER TRENCHTrevor JAMES, THEY LIVE IN THE SKY 32
Review: Trevor JAMES,THEY LIVE IN THE SKY - 1958

Mail Bag
The Philosophy of the Saucersiii

Late News
4,000-ft Saucer Snappediv
More Questions in House of Commonsiv
Trafalgar Square Meetingiv