Free to Fight Again - Alan W. CooperWilliam Kimber, 1988, Hardback in Dust Wrapper.
Condition: Very Good - in Good+ DJ. DJ slightly ruffled at the edges. Gently bruised at head & tail of spine and corners. Edges of the textblock lightly tanned.
RAF Escapades and Evasions 1940-1945. Illustrated with B&W photographs. RAF Escapades and Evasions 1940-1945. From the cover: “When RAF personnel were forced down in enemy territory, the top priority was to get them back to Britain in order to fly once more against the enemy. It was incumbent on them to attempt to evade or escape from capture. But they could not do it on their own. After Dunkirk, M19, the department set up in the winter of 1938-9 to look after escape and evasion, immediately set wheels in motion to establish escape lines in occupied territory. But their task would have been impossible without the selfless help of the native people of those countries, heroically disregarding the danger to themselves.”