WW2 Photo Booklets

My WW2 photo booklets feature a sizeable collection of largely forgotten archive photos of US military airfields, camps and bases around Brisbane and Queensland during World War 2, as well as photo collections from veterans... Browse Sample Photos...

The following booklets are available by mail order:

1. Brisbane – WW2 v Now Series...From an American Archives' Photo Viewpoint

Series of 24 photo booklets featuring wonderful, rarely seen, and long forgotten archive photos of the many Allied military sites around Brisbane during WW2. The booklets provide a photographic record of Brisbane's historic WW2 sites compared and contrasted to their modern day uses.

These are now sold only in digital pdf format, grouped as a collection on a usb stick.


2. Cairns – WW2 v Now...From an American Archives' Photo Viewpoint

Published 2012, this photo booklet features stunning images of wartime Cairns taken by the US Army during WW2 and stored unseen in American archives for nearly 70 years.

Now sold only in digital pdf format, grouped with a collection on a usb stick.


3. Eagle Farm – The War Years

Published 2003 as a photographic tour guide of Eagle Farm Airfield, Hangars and it's Aircraft during WW2.

Now sold only in digital pdf format, grouped with a collection on a usb stick.


4. Lockhart Coast

A photo memoir of WW2 Iron Range Airfield and Portland Roads.

Original version now sold only in digital pdf format, grouped with a collection on a usb stick.


Coming Series of Booklets

A Mitsubishi A6M3, Navy Type O Model 32 Fighter Aircraft Rebuilt By The Technical Air Intelligence Unit (TAIU) at Hangar 7, Eagle Farm, Qld. 1943. Photo: Bud Clark.

We are (slowly) preparing more photo-booklets in separate series: some of these titles will be "ROCKHAMPTON – WW2 v Now". Perhaps there'll be sufficient US Archives sourced images to address "PORT STEPHENS – WW2 v Now" and maybe SYDNEY.

Let us know if you are interested in these. We don’t intend any hard-copy PRINTING. We are working to "pdf" this and make available electronically/digitally. Please indicate your interest.

** My current work-in-progress is ROCKHAMPTON WW2 v Now. See if you know a relative of some civilians mentioned in US photos of that time there. Please contact me urgently if so. › Browse the Rockhampton Index