AIR WAR FOR YUGOSLAVIA GREECE AND CRETE 1940-41by Christopher Shores, Nicola Malizia, Brian Cull
The air battle for Yugoslavia, Greece and Crete began in June 1940 with the Italian declaration of war. In the past, there has been much controversy amongst air historians on many of the details of the operations. It was here, for example, that "Pat" Pattie believed by many to be the Royal Air Force's "unknown" top-scoring fighter pilot of the whole war, saw most of his action.
Just how many kills did he achieve and how?
Taken from extensive research into available British, Italian and German records, and interviews and correspondence with survivors or relatives of those present, this book seeks to provide an accurate portrait of the air war for Yugoslavia, Greece and Crete from 1940-41.
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1) you cannot kill one or another. If you do so, you will be punished. 2) no dangerous long range wepons (I will not be useing my pistol) bows are an exception. 3) any animal you encounter you will leave alone! 4) the boundry is the creek. Blue takes left side of creek and red takes right side. 5) armour is provided (so all you ares kids dont come in with like the best armour imaginable.). Thank you. The blue team (Nathan) will be selcting first. Red (Tabbit) will be next. And remember, its the extras turn to do a show. FINNALY! -Nathaniel Louise Tarrick