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Fleet Air Arm Handbook 1939-1945

By (author) David Wragg
Format: Paperback / softback
Publisher: The History Press Ltd, Stroud, United Kingdom
Published: 1st Jul 2019
Dimensions: w 194mm h 260mm d 17mm
Weight: 808g
ISBN-10: 0750993030
ISBN-13: 9780750993036
Barcode No: 9780750993036
Synopsis
Fleet Air Arm Handbook 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 the major operations in a gripping narrative account. We see the different functions of the Fleet Air Arm - to protect the essential supplies brought by merchant ships, and their close support of sea and ground forces, both from carriers at sea and bases ashore. In-depth analysis reveals what life was like in the Fleet Air Arm during the war; the food, accommodation, training, activities, uniform, and the relationship between aircrew and their shipmates aboard the Royal Navy's carriers. Each squadron, wing and carrier air group is listed along with their operations and locations. This is a well-researched tribute to an important force and is essential reading for anyone interested in naval or aviation activity during the Second World War.

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As good a single volume on the subject as your reviewer has located Very thorough and detailed material throughout. Well illustrated with many striking photos. Certain to appeal to anyone with any interest whatsoever in this topic and definitely recommended