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Bomber Crew: Taking on the Reich
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From the withdrawal from Dunkirk in 1940 to the Allied invasion of Germany four and a half years later, RAF Bomber Command was the only British force to strike directly at the enemy homeland. During raids, bomber crews were confined to cramped quarters, buffeted by flak, and at the mercy of storms, high winds, prowling fighters, and equipment malfunction. Bomber Crew vividly portrays the wartime experiences of these young men and the loved ones they so often left behind.
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This is an account of the lives and raids of British bomber crews during the Second World War, based on original research and written by the best-selling author of 'The Dambusters'. John Sweetman examines the highs and lows of the bomber's missions, the complexities of their friendships, and much more.
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