In World War II, no theater of operations was more dangerous than the skies above Nazi-occupied Europe. This is a collection of previously untold personal accounts of combat and camaraderie aboard the B-17 bombers that flew countless sorties against the enemy, as related by the men who lived and fought in the air -- and survived. They are stories of heroism, sacrifice, miraculous survival, and merciless warfare. And they should all be remembered.
|Hardcover Book, 433 pages||English|
|Thorndike Press (May. 31st, 2010)||Unknown|
|9781410425690||5.50 x 8.50 x 0.90 inches|
|World War II History|