Royal Air Force Bomber Command Losses of the Second World War 1939-40: 2nd Edition Volume 1 Paperback – 5 Sep 2013
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About the Author
This series is the work of Bill Chorley who was born in Taunton, educated at Ilminster Grammar School and joined the Royal Air Force in 1955, wherein he served in ground communications until 1960. In that same year he joined the Civil Service, since when his general interest in aviation has developed into detailed research into the history of Bomber Command.
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Top Customer Reviews
Simply brilliant !!!
completely new to it, should have a copy of every volume in the Bomber Command series. Mr
W.R.Chorley has done an excellent job of recording the losses suffered by Bomber Command
during World War II.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have all the authors books in this series and all are to a high degree of research and very informative for those aviation historians well worth adding to any libraryPublished 13 months ago by P. Summerton