"thorough, thrilling and profoundly moving" (THE TIMES
"Wilson tells their stories with skill and compassion (and) unearths the sheer guts and powerful determination that pushed the men on" (The Observer
"Wilson's book does the memory of the 55,500 who died in bomber command a magnificent service" (Scottish Legion News
The story of the everyday heroism of British bomber crews in 1944 - the turning point year in Bomber Command's war against Germany.
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