3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Nothing Groundbreaking, But A Nice Book Nevertheless,
By A Customer
This review is from: Wild Blue Yonder: Glory Days of the US Eighth Air Force in England: Glory Days of the US 8th Air Force in England 1942-5 (Cassell Military Trade Books) (Hardcover)
This is an anecdotal history of one aspect of WWII, told my the remaining members of the generation who fought and witnessed Britian's and the Allied struggle against Nazism.
It's obvious that the book is a labor of love on the author's part; the care and attention to detail show.
I've spent several evenings's reading with the book and have thoroughly enjoyed the time. I certainly do not regret my purchase and think the book takes a worthy spot on my shelves alongside "Bomber Command" "Citizen Soldier" "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich" and other notable titles.