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Aviation

World War Two Aviation




An interesting book that covers training, tactics and operations and the details of life at a dangerous time.

Aeromilitaria

If you are looking for a fighting chance of understanding any battle or campaign it is essential to view the battlefield from both sides. In this case, the battlefield is the airspace over Germany. This book is a well researched, well illustrated and therefore, comprehensive account of the air war over the Third Reich. A recommended read for those interested in the Bomber offensive in particular.

The Eagle (Journal of the Glider Pilot Regiment)

As seen in the Ross Gazette.

Ross Gazette

This book will obviously appeal to an Australian and New Zealand audience, but I also found it to be of more general appeal, providing a look at an interesting cross-section of Fighter Command's pilots, as well as the way in which the Anzacs integrated into both the wartime RAF and Britain.

History of War

The book provides a very useful insight into a seldom looked at aspect of Bomber Command operations – how the weather could significantly impact on the success or failure of an operation. ... The book is well written and has an easy to read style. The research is first class and there is a mass of useful detail that can only add to the information known about Bomber Command’s campaign.The book is well written and has an easy to read style. I have no hesitation in recommending it.

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