Aircraft are only as good as the men who fly them. So, were the crews of these Stirling bombers the right men for the job? Were they brave, calm, determined, as good aircrews ought to be . . . or were they really cowards, dangerous fools, deserving heavy punishment? The R.A.F. was soon going to find out – and the enemy too!
Moderate general wear. Stain at edge throughout which does not impact the reading area. Pencil annotation inside. Book is sound. Acceptable condition. Bags and boards optional, please add during checkout if required. Please examine photos carefully and see our notes on item condition before purchasing.