Wright Field, Dayton Ohio: Headquarters Air Materiel Command November 1947. First English Language Edition. , xi, 232 pages. 8 3/8 x 10 3/4 inches. Printed wrappers, stapled. Stamped Dupicate ATI No. 18566 on front wrapper. A translation of Ausgewaehlte Fragen Euber Theorie und Technik von Antennen. Translation no. F-TS-2222-RE. There was also a companion volume not present here which dealt with broad-band antennas, transformers and cables. Fading to blue wrappers, minor soiling. Very Good. Staplebound. 
An important engineering work translated and released after the close of World War II. The synopsis describes the importance of radio engineering in wartime, and describes the goal of the document being to bring the best technical information to bear on the war mobilization. Each report was written by different people, presumably experts in their fields. A useful historical document for those studying communications engineering in this period.
"Data are presented on numerous types of antennas and their uses. Characteristics of operation and development of fixed antennas, directional-antenna systems with amplifiers, aircraft antennas, and short wave directional antennas are discussed. Each antenna is described and recommendations are made for further development. Raw materials used in manufacture and possible substitutes are listed. Calculations are presented for the design and matching of antennas." (Abstract)
Contents include: Report No. 1. General requirements of the Army on the qualities and dimensions of movable and fixed antennas -- Report No. 2. Ship transmission antenna installations with non-grounded antenna, part and requirements of the Navy as to Shipboard antenna installations -- Report No. 3. Directional antenna systems with antenna amplifiers -- Report No. 4. Requirements of the Airforce of dm. antennas for directional connections -- Report No. 5. Aircraft antennas -- Report No. 6. Surface excitation -- Report No. 7. Ultra short wave aircraft antennas -- Report No. 8. Long wire antennas on airplane wings -- Report No. 9. Antenna and range -- Report No. 10. Principles of directional antennas -- Report No. 11. New ultra short wave directional antenna with purely vertical polarization -- Report No. 12. A directional antenna system for dm- and cm- waves without energy cable to the instrument -- Report No. 13. Ground direction-finding antenna systems -- Report No. 14. Direction finding loop with iron core -- Report No. 15. On multiple utilization of transmitter antennas -- Report No. 16. On anti-fading antennas -- Report No. 17. Antennas on railroad cars -- Report No. 18. Raw material problems with antennas from the point of view of radio engineering -- Report No. 19. Directions for uniform designation of antenna magnitudes in lectures and reports. Followed by a list of figures and tables for reports.
Rare, with only one copy noted in OCLC as of this writing (Linda Hall).