Recent unexpected news of the high rate of growth in the GDP shows 60% of our helicopter fleet is actually located in the top three states and territory undergoing rapid growth.
An encouraging sign of good things to come?
The De Havilland Mosquito was an outstanding aircraft and this book does it full justice, at least in the bomber and strike variants. The readable text is well supported with three photographic sections and the price is very aggressive for the size and quality of the book. Those purchasing on-line from the publisher’s bookshop will find an even lower price with the current discount.
The author has researched a fascinating and unusual story from World War Two. The battles, politics and technology of the 1939-1945 War have been covered by a mountain of books and miles of film, but almost no attention has been paid to one area that is now becoming important as families try to trace the stories and end of relatives who fought in a global conflict that saw combatants fighting in almost every kind of climatic condition and almost every type of terrain.
The Greeks suffered during the Italian and German invasion with a very poorly equipped air force and with support from the RAF which was also poorly equipped because first priority went to British home defence and then to Egypt, leaving little that could be sent to Greece.
The Polish underground not only operated for longer than any other WWII partisan force, but it was also the largest in Europe. The author tells a gripping story that tells the full story in a concise and authoritative review of what has previously been a largely untold story.