Please click on an image to enlarge it and see more sample images. Photos are for guidance only and may not accurately reflect the colours supplied.
Flights into the Night - Crecy
Reminiscences of a World War II RAF Wellington pilot L Anthony Leicester As a young RAF pilot Anthony Leicester’s wartime service took him to Canada, the Middle East, India and Burma as well as Europe. He survived a midair collision in Canada, then, at nineteen, as the Captain of a Wellington II, lost an engine over the Atlas mountains during the African campaign and was faced with the agonising choice of crash landing, bailing out or finding a safe airfield hundreds of miles away in the Sahara Desert. An illuminating insight into the experiences and emotions of wartime RAF service.
248 pages, paperback 212mm x 142mm 8 page b&w photograph section
For more Crecy products click here
Please choose the pack size:
Please enter the number required:
Contact us for more information on this product