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249 AT WAR: The authorised history of the RAF' s top claiming squadron of WWII
     

249 AT WAR: The authorised history of the RAF' s top claiming squadron of WWII

by Brian Cull, Frederick Galea, John Grandy (Foreword by)
 
The exciting history of the Royal Air Force's foremost fighting squadron, formed during WWII, details the unit's combat roles and the planes they flew.

Formed in May, 1940, the 249 first saw action in the Battle of Britain in Malta. After WWII, the squadron was based in the Middle East until it was eventually disbanded in 1969.

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The exciting history of the Royal Air Force's foremost fighting squadron, formed during WWII, details the unit's combat roles and the planes they flew.

Formed in May, 1940, the 249 first saw action in the Battle of Britain in Malta. After WWII, the squadron was based in the Middle East until it was eventually disbanded in 1969.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781898697497
Publisher:
Grub Street
Publication date:
09/15/1997
Pages:
292
Product dimensions:
7.25(w) x 10.00(h) x 1.17(d)

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