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Voices in Flight: The Wellington Bomber (Hardback)

WWII World War Two Aviation Aviation Reference

By Martin Bowman
Imprint: Pen & Sword Aviation
Series: Voices in Flight
Pages: 228
ISBN: 9781783831760
Published: 16th February 2015


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The Wellington Bomber was omnipresent during the Second World War, employed in a variety of contexts in the fight against the Axis powers. The pilots who flew this aircraft did so with an immense amount of pride, and there is perhaps no-one better placed to tell the story of this incredible aircraft than these men. Martin Bowman has drawn together a selection of first-hand pilot testimonies in an effort to record authentically the experience of flying the much-mythologised Wellington during one of the most challenging eras of aviation history. The book is supplemented by two plate sections of stirring black and white images.

This is a very readable book and it gives a good overall impression of the many and varied tasks undertaken by the 11,461 Wellingtons that rolled off the production lines.


About Martin Bowman

Martin Bowman is one of Britain’s foremost aviation historians and has written many books and articles.

He lives in Norwich .

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