An invaluable record of the stark realities of war. Between June 1940 and December 1942, Malta was one of the most bombed places on earth. The battle for this diminutive island is the story of likely defeat transformed into one of the most brilliant aerial triumphs of World War Two. Using his first-hand experience as the commanding officer of the Island's top-scoring Spitfire squadron, Laddie Lucas describes the intense pressures of relentless day-to-day combat, the hardships endured by the Islanders, and the enormous cost in human life.
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Descripción Stanley Paul, 1992. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110091744113