By Chaz Bowyer
RAF Fighter instructions pilots grew to become family names to most people in the course of WW2 however the similar can't be acknowledged of the a ways higher RAF Bomber Command. the writer makes an attempt to redress the stability with bills of a few of the oustanding leaders inside that department of the carrier.
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