Bomber Barons


By: Chaz Bowyer
Supplied by: Pen and Sword

Format: Hardback
Pages: 224
ISBN: 9780850528022
Published: 15th March 2001
RRP / Print Price: £19.99

Current purchase price:
£19.95

Bomber Barons

At the end of the Second World War over 55,000 air crew of Bomber Command had lost their lives, in this authoritative book, the Author selects a number of men, some well known like Leonard Cheshire, Hughie Edwards, but many less known such as Nick Knilans, Syd Clayton and Jo Lancaster, and details their careers, relating episodes that reflect the qualities that made them outstanding.

Bomber Barons shows the development of Bomber Command from compartively unorganised, non-cohesive raids of the early part of the war to the highly-trained and deadly offensive weapon it became under Sir Arthur Harris, from 1942 AOC-in-C of Bomber Command, the greatest baron of them all.

 




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