Under The Maple Leaf: The Remarkable Story of Four Canadian Volunteers who Flew with Bomber Command During the Second World War Hardcover – 7 Sep 2015
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This is a must read for anyone hoping to gain a real insight into the lives of the unsung heroes of the Allied bomber fleets. Source: History of War Magazine 17/02/2016
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Liverpudlian adoptee, Ken Cothliff, found about his birth father, a Canadian airman killed in the Second World War, after the adoption laws changed in Britain in 1977. An aviation enthusiast since childhood days, he made it his mission to find out all about his father, from which came the idea for this book. He has been involved in organising several Canadian Air Force Reunions since 1990, founded the No. 6(RCAF) Group Bomber Command Association, and has become well acquainted with numerous Canadian veterans of the conflict.See all Product description
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Really enjoyed the stories of the four men not too much technical information.
Would recommend a good read for everybody and it makes you realise what they all went through in the war.
Remarkable in depth of detail and a sobering reminder of the sacrifice of so many young men. An intriguing unmissable insight, 'Least we forget'.
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