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eBook RAF Bomber Losses In the Middle East and Mediterranean: 1939-42 ePub

eBook RAF Bomber Losses In the Middle East and Mediterranean: 1939-42 ePub

by David Gunby,Pelham Temple

  • ISBN: 1857802349
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: David Gunby,Pelham Temple
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Crecy Publishing; First Edition edition (January 2, 2007)
  • Pages: 224
  • ePub book: 1954 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1106 kb
  • Other: mbr doc lrf txt
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 504

Description

In 2006 Midland Counties, publisher of William Chorley’s RAF Bomber Command Losses, expanded their range of bomber loss coverage by publishing the first of two volumes in which David Gunby and Pelham Temple detailed Royal Air Force Bomber Losses in the Middle East.

These will include aircraft from the RAF, the South African Air Force, the free French Air Force, and the .

RAF Bomber Command Losses: Roll of Honour, 1939-1947 v. 9 by W R. .David Gunby was educated at Canterbury and took his PhD at Cambridge

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RAF Fighter Command Losses of the Second World War: v. 1: Operational Losses Aircraft and Crews 1939-1941 by Norman Franks (Paperback, 1997).

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The book follows exactly the tried and tested format of the earlier RAF Bomber Command Losses series both in content and the way the book is organized and presented. Each entry is set out in the same way with a sequence of entries for a single day. Losses are recorded by unit and then within each unit by the serial number of the aircraft involved.

The book follows exactly the tried and tested format of the earlier RAF Bomber Command Losses series both in content and the way the book is organized an.by Pelham Temple and David Gunby.

by David Gunby and Pelham Temple. RAF Bomber Command was the primary focus of the British war effort in the difficult days of 1940 to 1942, becoming a controversial force during the 1944 to 45 period when night area bombing was the doctrine of choice. Heavy losses were suffered, through enemy action and through accidents and, indeed, more Britons lost their lives in the bombing campaign than in any other aspect of the Second World War.

He works in the city of London and lives in Essex.

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David Gunby, Pelham Temple

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This series has been of enduring interest over many years, and is still highly sought after. Apart from the obvious interest to aviation historians, many people researching family history find these books invaluable, as so many families had someone in an RAF bomber squadron, who failed to return from active service.

With the interest in family history increasing all the time and with many now seeking detailed information about wartime careers of relatives, the series will continue to be used by those seeking to find out more about fathers, grandfathers and other relatives who flew with, and died in the service of Bomber Command during World War 2.