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Another Kind of Courage: Stories of the UK-based Walrus Air-Sea Rescue… (edition 1994)

by Norman Franks (Author)

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From the summer of 1941 to the end of the war in 1945, four UK-based squadrons equipped with the Walrus seaplane rescued, or helped to rescue, over 1300 airmen. This is their compelling story, with first-hand testimonies about many of the most daring and dangerous missions.
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Title:Another Kind of Courage: Stories of the UK-based Walrus Air-Sea Rescue Squadrons
Authors:Norman Franks (Author)
Info:Patrick Stephens Ltd (1994), Edition: First Edition, 232 pages
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From the summer of 1941 to the end of the war in 1945, four UK-based squadrons equipped with the Walrus seaplane rescued, or helped to rescue, over 1300 airmen. This is their compelling story, with first-hand testimonies about many of the most daring and dangerous missions.

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