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From Hitler's U-Boats to Kruschev's Spyflights (Kindle)

Twenty Five Years with Flight Lieutenant Thomas Buchanan Clark, RAF

Aviation

By Chris Clark.
Imprint: Pen & Sword Aviation
File Size: 63.2 MB (.mobi)
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ISBN: 9781473826441
eBook Released: 9th September 2013

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This book tells the tale of the illustrious Royal Air Force career of Tom Clark, a World War Two gunner and post-war signaller in action during some of the most pivotal events of the twentieth century. Lovingly penned by his son, it provides an authentic insight into this dynamic period of world history.

From work as an air gunner, involved in the daunting task of taking on the might of Hitler's U-boat fleet, to post-war involvement in an Intelligence capacity during the dramatic events surrounding Khrushchev and the atomic threat of the late 1950s, Clark's career was dramatic and varied to say the least.

Having joined the RAF as an aircraft man just before the Second World War, Clark was destined to take part in a whole range of wartime operational engagements. His career featured involvement in the famous 1941 hunt for the elusive Bismarck, the dangers of life as part of an Air Sea Rescue squadron in conflicted waters, and the experience of training as a gunnery leader (later an instructor), training air gunners for the famed Desert Air Force. His career also took in a fraught period behind enemy lines, when his crew of four were shot down in enemy territory in Northern Italy. Seven weeks in a safe house in Florence are relayed in engaging and dramatic style, as are a raft of other personal and professional achievements, set within the context of the wider conflict.

Here is a career that deserves to be recorded and celebrated, and there is perhaps no-one better placed than the subject's son to act as custodian to his thrilling story.

The book documents the daily dices with death during Tom's days of anti U-boat patrols all the way through to flying in spy planes over Russia.

Border Telegraph

About Chris Clark.

Chris Clark, a War Baby, was born in West Norfolk and raised at various RAF Stations, including Benson in Oxfordshire and Changi in Singapore, before his family settled in the village of Dersingham, Norfolk.


After leaving Secondary Education he sought employment as a Gardener and eventually was employed at the Royal Kitchen Gardens at Sandringham.


He joined Norfolk Constabulary as a Police Constable in the Heartbeat era during March 1966 and had diverse roles within the uniform branch, including Town, Urban and Village Beat, Royalty Protection at Sandringham, Divisional Control Room and Local Intelligence Officer. During the mid 1980’s he was involved in a number of Murder and Rape Major Enquiries as a Researcher and Indexer and later applied for a post within the National Crime Intelligence Service. He was forced to retire through ill-health at the end of August 1994.


He now lives in County Durham with his Wife Jeanne and various pets, including an Irish Red Setter called “Darcy”. He is heavily involved in Family History Research and has four true crime books published to date, with five more in the pipeline.

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