It is 1918, and specialised German heavy bomber units are heavily engaged in an operation code-named `Turkenkreuz' or `Turk's Cross.' Their objective: To disrupt British infrastructure and destroy London's moral. This suspenseful, exciting and realistic war story chronicles the experiences of a dedicated crew and their courageous commander as they attempt to accomplish an impossible mission. Everything described in Ron Eisele's book is authentic. He provides the reader with a gripping, impressively detailed account of a harrowing flight during the Great War, while graphically portraying the claustrophobic environment of a WW1 heavy bomber. The characters portrayed could be any nationality, the book is so well written it is of little consequence. `Bombing of England' is an extraordinary depiction of the desperate, dangerous and exacting tasks undertaken by eight men as they battle against the elements, mechanical failure and the enemy.
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|Size: ||192 KB|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781326280352 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|