|Author:||Richard Townshend Bickers|
|Publisher:||Coronet Books; New edition edition (September 1, 1989)|
|Category:||Engineering and Transport|
|Other formats:||rtf doc docx txt|
Richard Townsend Bickers volunteered for the RAF on the outbreak of the second world war and served, with a Permanent Commission, for eighteen years.
Richard Townsend Bickers volunteered for the RAF on the outbreak of the second world war and served, with a Permanent Commission, for eighteen years. He wrote a range of military fiction and non-fiction books, including ‘Torpedo Attack’, ‘My Enemy Came Nigh’, ‘Bombing Run’, ‘Fighters Up’ and ‘Summer of No Surrender’.
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The story of air operations during World War One, the formation and development of the Royal Flying Corps and the lives and experiences of the airmen who were . by Richard Townshend Bickers. Select Format: Hardcover.
The story of air operations during World War One, the formation and development of the Royal Flying Corps and the lives and experiences of the airmen who were it. .
Richard Bickers, author of several books on the history of the aerial warfare, saw the war in.CHAPTER 3 The First British Offensive.
Richard Bickers, author of several books on the history of the aerial warfare, saw the war in North Africa and Italy from both the ground and the air, and uses his own experiences, interwoven with the recollections of numerous contemporaries, to create a vivid picture of what it was like to fly, to fight and to control operations over the desert at that time. He also gives the usually ignored ground crews the full measure of the recognition due to them - ground gunners, armourers, motor transport drivers and others.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The First Great Air Wa. Well written book about world war 1 aviation development and tactics. The RFC is the focus but quite a bit about Germany and Italy is covered.