Bomber Squadrons Of The R.A.F. And Their Aircraft - MOYES, Philip J. RMacDonald & Co., 1965, Hardback ..
Condition: Good. An acceptable reading copy only. Appears to have been rebound, the new binding now detached at the spine. Text bright and tight.
Main object of this book is to provide a factual basic record — illustrated as far as possible — of every Royal Air Force bomber squadron formed since the First World War, including those having their beginnings in the Royal Flying Corps and Royal Naval Air Service, and those formed from Allied and Dominions personnel during the Second World War. The book has been written with both the student of Air Force history and the more general reader in mind and will, it is hoped, go some way towards filling what has hitherto been a noticeable gap in military aviation literature. In the numerous appendices at the back of the book appear such relevant items as orders of battle; short, illustrated histories of the Independent Force, R.A.F. Bomber Command, and the latter’s operational Groups (excluding No. 100 Bomber Support Group); full citations of the World War 2 bomber V.C.’s; leading particulars of British bomber aircraft; and so on.
Size: 10¾" x 8½"
Number of Pages: 384
Introduction: Sir Arthur T. Harris
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