An illustrated history of the RAF's successful Polish-crewed bomber squadron during World War Two, following them through their operations with Bomber, Coastal and Transport Commands. The main focus is on the Coastal Command's sorties against the U-boats in the Battle for the Atlantic. The Polish pilots flew, successively, Fairey Battles, Vickers Wellingtons and Warwicks - and operations with the latter aircraft have rarely been documented and described before. * A rare look at a significant but often overlooked aspect of RAF operations in World War Two. * Wellingtons against the U-Boats in the grim Battle for the Atlantic - a great aircraft versus naval predator story. * Superb colour illustrations of camouflage and markings and rare b+w archive photographs. * Essential reading for aviation enthusiasts & scale aero-modellers.
- Paperback | 104 pages
- 164 x 236 x 12mm | 240.41g
- 19 Nov 2005
- Mushroom Model Publications
- 16 pp of colour illustrations, b+w photographs & drawings