SHOT DOWN AND IN THE DRINK: True Stories of RAF and Commonwealth Aircrews Saved from the Sea in World War II
This fascinating account draws on first-hand interviews and official documents to reveal some of its most dramatic missions in northwest Europe, the Mediterranean and the Far East. Those shot down at sea faced terrifying dangers, from weather extremes to enemy fighters, and rescue by airborne or seaborne craft was fraught with difficulty. 16 pages of photos.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 194052X
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