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The Goldfish Club By Danny Danziger

The Goldfish Club
by Danny Danziger

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The incredible stories of an unusual fellowship - formed by airmen and women who have been forced to bail out of the aircraft in combat.
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The Goldfish Club Summary


The Goldfish Club by Danny Danziger

Mayday. Mayday. Mayday . . .

Every member of the Goldfish Club has been forced to broadcast these terrifying words from a stricken aircraft, making them one of the most unusual fellowships in the world. Formed during the Second World War to foster comradeship among pilots who had been forced to bail out over water, the Goldfish Club has taken on new airmen (and one woman) ever since and there are hundreds of tales to be told. All are different. All are utterly gripping.

Award winning journalist and author Danny Danziger has brought together some of the most powerful stories of this extraordinary brotherhood. A few will leave you open-mouthed, others may reduce you to tears, but all are a fascinating testament to the resilience of the human spirit.

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The Goldfish Club Reviews


a gripping insight into the modern-day role of a soldier--for WE ARE SOLDIERS
A series of deftly-turned vignettes of what it was like to live in England at the turn of the last millennium ... a quirky and engaging book--for THE YEAR 1000
Thoroughly enjoyable ... a superb insight into life as it was lived a thousand years ago--for THE YEAR 1000

About Danny Danziger


Danny Danziger's The Year 1000 went to number one and stayed on the bestseller list for seven months. Danny has a weekly interview column in the Sunday Times: Best of Times, Worst of Times, which over twelve years has won many accolades and awards.

Additional information

GOR004673762
The Goldfish Club by Danny Danziger
Danny Danziger
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Little, Brown Book Group
2013-03-01
320
0751545880
9780751545883
N/A
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
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