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by David Wragg


Starting with a brief history. He lives in South Queensferry, Scotland.

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This is a superb history on the Fleet Air Arm during the Second World War, combined with an excellent reference .

This is a superb history on the Fleet Air Arm during the Second World War, combined with an excellent reference book. Of the 250 pages in this work, 110 are devoted to a history of the Fleet Air Arm, detailing its operations as well as looking at the recruitment and training of its personnel, how the Air Arm worked with the rest of the fleet and a look at carrier operations.

Starting with a brief history, the book progresses with a full war diary of all of the major operations. In-depth analysis reveals what it was like to work as part of the Fleet Air Arm during the war - the food, accomodation, training, activites and uniform; and gives a glimpse into the men's characters. At the outbreak of World War II, British naval aviation was in the midst of chaos and confusion.

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Starting with a brief history of British naval aviation before the Second World War, the Fleet Air Arm Handbook 1939–1945 includes a full war diary of all of the major operations, the carriers and aircraft, and the amazing crews involved. David Wragg is the author of fourteen books on aviation history, including Snatching Defeat from the Jaws of Victory, Carrier Combat and Bombers. A former journalist specialising in transport and defence, he has written for The Sunday Telegraph and The Spectator.

The Fleet Air Arm Handbook 1939-45 is the most comprehensive review available of the Royal navy's air power during the war years. Starting with a brief history, the book progresses with a full war diary of all of the major operations in a gripping narrative account. In-depth analysis reveals what it was like to work as part of the Fleet Air Arm during the war - the food, accommodation, training, activities and uniform; and gives a glimpse into the men's characters. At the outbreak of the Second World War, British naval aviation was in the midst of chaos and confusion. But as this book shows, the rapid expansion of the Fleet Air Arm was one of the major achievements of the war. The author provides a detailed look at the aircraft, squadrons, naval air stations and aircraft carriers battleships and cruisers involved. The book ends with a review of what is available at the Fleet Air Arm Museum, Yeovilton.

Fleet Air Arm Handbook 1939-45, The epub download

ISBN13: 978-0750934305

ISBN: 0750934301

Author: David Wragg

Category: History

Subcategory: Europe

Language: English

Publisher: Sutton Publishing (December 22, 2003)

Pages: 288 pages

ePUB size: 1344 kb

FB2 size: 1589 kb

Rating: 4.7

Votes: 574

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