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The legendary British fighter in combat in World War II. The rocket-firing
Typhoon fighter played a pivotal role in the Allies’ success in the air and on
the ground in World War II, from the Normandy beachhead to the Battle of the
Bulge and the final struggle for Germany. In this lively, dramatic account of
aerial combat, Norman Franks describes what it was really like to fly at low
level and attack trains, ships, and tanks; to fire lethal high-explosive rockets
into radar or V-1 sites; or to roll over at 12,000 feet and then roar down into
an inferno of flak to dive-bomb an enemy position.
  • AUTHOR: Franks, N
  • FORMAT: 272pp 84 Bw 235x160 Pb
  • Code: 13062

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