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The RAF's Worst Night
on 29 April 2013
This is an excellent and gripping account of the story of the disaster that was Nuremburg. The detailed statistics of the raid have been more than adequately dealt with in previous publications; the story here is told, as it should be, by the men who took part and the effect it had on them, written by a man who experienced war operations personally. I agree with a previous reviewer that errors have crept into the text (Wrattling Common should have read Wratting Common), but mistakes of this nature appear to be prevalent in recently-published books on the RAF.
This book is a must for those interested in Bomber Command operations in World War II.