Voices in the Air 1939-1945

Voices in the Air 1939-1945

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A unique and enthralling set of stories of World War II airmen.

Voices in the Air 1939-1945

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Incredible stories of the World War II airmen in their own words. A unique and enthralling anthology that tells the story of the air battles of the Second World War. Drawn largely on the writings of the combatants themselves, from all sides of the conflict, this book offers a vivid and highly individual account of the great aerial campaigns of WWII. From a thrilling account of the first sustained dogfight between Spitfire and Messerschmitt in 1940, to an 18 year old Japanese suicide pilot's last letter home and the Luftwaffe leaders’ analysis of 'what went wrong' after the Battle of Britain, the book deals with every aspect of the war. Softcover, 538 pgs, index. Very good, very slight damage to cover, slight marginal foxing.

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Short Description A unique and enthralling set of stories of World War II airmen.
Weight (g) 450.0000
Author L. Lucas, editor
Publisher Arrow Books
Date Published 2003
ISBN 0 09 946566 3
Size 297mm x 130mm

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