Author(s): Colin Pateman
Fighters over the Aegean: Hurricanes over Crete, Spitfires over Kos, Beaufighters over the Aegean (paperback edition)
Britain's Victory, Denmark's Freedom: Danish Volunteers in Allied Air Forces During the Second World War
Night Hawk: Flight Lieutenant Karel Kuttelwascher DFC and BAR, the RAF’s Greatest Night Intruder Ace
The RAF in the Battle of France and the Battle of Britain: A Reappraisal of Army and Air Policy 1938
During the Second World War, Bomber Command witnessed the large four-engine ‘heavy bombers’, namely the Handley Page Halifax, Short Stirling and Avro Lancaster develop into significant bomb-carrying platforms.
Arming for Accuracy: RAF Bomb Aimers During the Second World War studies the origin of bomb aimers, their training and the complexity of dropping many types of ordinance. Technical and scientific developments are examined to provide an understanding that enabled the bomb-aimers wing to be awarded to the men who volunteered.
Accounts of dangerous operational flying will be revealed by bomb aimers in numerous aircraft. This book will examine true accounts that took place, and many are based upon personal flying logbooks and other unique material originating from the aircrew.
|FORMAT||234 x 156 mm|
|PUBLICATION DATE||23 February 2021
|ILLUSTRATIONS||45 black-and-white photographs|