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The story of the daring RAF pilots who flew low-level torpedo attacks against German battleships in World War II.
'Ralph Barker has written a masterly anecdotal history of the flying war over France, and the courageous 'bird-men', who gave such dedicated support to the regiments deadlocked in the trenches beneath them' - Daily Telegraph
A thoroughly-researched account of this little known aspect of Second World War Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm operations.
The story of how George Binney, a 39 year-old civilian working in neutral Sweden set about running vital cargoes of Swedish ball-bearings and special steels to Britain through the blockaded Skagerrak.
One of the greatest sea stories of World War II
Among those who fought in the ferocious battles for the skies during the Second World War, some - shot down, or forced to ditch - had to confront an exceptionally pitiless enemy: the sea.
Ten remarkable true accounts of unusual incidents and happenings to Bomber Command aircrew during World War Two.
Fifteen "dramas of the air"
There can be nothing more poignant than a sequence of events which gives some occupants of an aircraft a chance of escape and others none.
The story of the first large scale bombing in history, the R.A.F.'s firebombing of Cologne, Germany in 1942.
The race isn't over yet....
Cows are shipped into Cornwall on trains and lorries, spend time on Cornish farms to qualify their milk for Cornish milk status, and are shipped back again to Devon, or Somerset, or wherever they’ve come from.
“It’s huge business for the Cornish Authority.”
“A cash cow, you could say,” Tristram contributed.
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When British servicemen were observing nuclear tests in the Pacific during the 1950s, the Prime Minister of the time, Sir Anthony Eden, was warned that they risked a lingering death from cancer. His response is reported to have been, 'A pity, but we cannot help it.'
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In this unusual and moving book, Ralph Barker has written a worthy and exhilarating tribute to the indomitable Few.
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There’s a serial killer in Hollywood and its name is Fame. Its weapon of choice is a prescription pad. You can be rich and famous in La-La land, change your name, your nose, your bra size, but you can’t escape the pressure of trying to get to the top, and staying a star. The Fame Game has no rules and just one end.
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