Life As A Battle Of Britain Pilot
The Battle of Britain memoir of Hurricane pilot Barry Sutton, DFC.
Fighter Boy The Battle of Britain memoir of Hurricane pilot Barry Sutton, DFC. Full description
Pitched into the maelstrom of air fighting in the summer of 1940, twenty-four-year-old Gordon Olive barely lived to tell this extraordinary tale of courage and endurance. As Britain fought alone for its survival, 'the Few' of RAF Fighter Command took to the air grievously outnumbered, many reaching breaking point, exhausted physically and mentally by unreleting, intense combat.
Life as a Battle of Britain Spitfire Pilot
Answers such questions as: What was life like as an RAF Battle of Britain pilot What was it like to fly a fighter Who were the men that flew Spitfires and Hurricanes How did they spend a typical day Which was the better machine - Spitfire or Messerschmitt What unique challenges did a lone RAF pilot face at 30,000 feet
Southern England. Late summer 1940. The nation is fighting for its very survival. All that lies between invasion and salvation is the 'thin blue line' of RAF Fighter Command and its pilots.