Flying Into Hell: The Bomber Command Offensive As Seen Through The Experiences Of Twenty Crews

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Best-selling author Mel Rolfe brings the reader vivid real-life stories of bomber command at war with his new book Flying into Hell. Following the success of his two previous books for Grub Street, To Hell and Back, and Hell on Earth this contains more vivid stories of wartime experiences. Thoroughly researched by the author, these twenty dramatic stories of brave men and their adventures are told...

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Print Length: 186 pages
Publisher: Grub Street Publishing (July 15, 2008)
Publication Date: July 15, 2008
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Language: English
ASIN: B00DN5TTRO
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