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Drop in the Ocean: Ditchings in World War II By John French

Drop in the Ocean: Ditchings in World War II
by John French

A collection of accounts of ditchings during World War Two, in which RAF crews abandoned their damaged aircraft in the sea and spent hours - often days - afloat on hostile waters in a rubber dinghy or supported by an inflatable jacket. Includes reports from former ASR personnel.
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Drop in the Ocean: Ditchings in World War II Summary


In the summer of 1942 a Wellington bomber, o perating with 115 Squadron from Marham in Norfolk was forced to ditch in the North Sea returning from a raid on Hamburg. Two members of the crew, who were picked up by the Luftwaff e, have written this book. '

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Sku
GOR003171522
Title
Drop in the Ocean: Ditchings in World War II
Author
Condition
Very Good
Binding type
Hardback
Publisher
Pen & Sword Books Ltd
Year published
Number of pages
176
ISBN 10
0850525071
ISBN 13
9780850525076
Prizes
N/A
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