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A World War 1 Adventure: The Life and Times of RNAS Bomber Pilot Donald E…

by Donald E Harkness

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memoir (1) New Zealand (1) RNAS (1) WWI (1)

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An interesting story told mainly through diary entries and letters. Gets bogged down at times with lengthy asides and explanations by the editors. Some very interesting photographs but, sadly, poorly reproduced.
Main advantage of this book is that it tells a little known side of the RNAS during WW1 - bombing along the Flanders coast. Also, worthy for the struggles of a New Zealander to get to "Home" and enlist in the flying services, and problems learning to fly in a civil school before enlisting. As such it is worth searching out by the avid First World War aviation historian. ( )
  JenIanB | Aug 1, 2015 |
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