n.p. [Paris?]: United States Information Services, 1945. Pamphlet. Unpaginated, twelve pages plus covers, profusely illustrated with fuzzily-reproduced aerial and ground war photos amidst a bilingual text; the last image is a double-spread sketch of the grounds and parked planes that constituted the show and its various displays. Did it actually take place? was it well-attended? we don't know. Professional but uninspired presswork on partially acidic paperstock, a pamphlet in 10.5x8 inch decorated wraps. Every leaf shows edgewear, dust-soil and crimping, covers are lackluster and rubbed, a fair to good-only copy. Complete and legible.