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The Trenches in the Sky by Dan Conway (1995)

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In The Trenches in the Sky Dan Conway covers the hazards arising from nature and enemy action, and the stratagems and tactics used by both sides during the air war of World War II.

He has kept rigidly to his aim to tell what it was really like flying in Bomber Command.

Dan's special concern is for the families who lost their loved ones with no word of their ultimate fate - just that horrible word "missing".

He hopes that this account will give an understanding of the problems those gallant boys so resolutely faced.

Product Overview
Product NoCMS2803620
Weight (g)400 g
AuthorDan Conway
PublisherHesperian Press
Edition DateJan-95
Pages248
Size140 x 215 x 1mm
FormatPaperback
ISBN9780859052054
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In The Trenches in the Sky Dan Conway covers the hazards arising from nature and enemy action, and the stratagems and tactics used by both sides during the air war of World War II.

He has kept rigidly to his aim to tell what it was really like flying in Bomber Command.

Dan's special concern is for the families who lost their loved ones with no word of their ultimate fate - just that horrible word "missing".

He hopes that this account will give an understanding of the problems those gallant boys so resolutely faced.

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