MEN OF AIR: The Courage and Sacrifice of Bomber Command in World War II
This stunning narrative reveals how these ordinary men coped with the extraordinary pressure of flying, the loss of their colleagues, and the threat of death or capture. Brilliantly placing these stories within the context of the Great Escape, D-Day, the defeat of the V1 menace, and more, Wilson shows how the sheer grit of these "Men of Air" finally turned the tide against the Germans. 16 pages of photos.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 2887509
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