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Mosquito: Menacing the Reich: Combat Action in the Twin-engine Wooden Wonder of World War II by Martin W. Bowman (2012-05-19)

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  • By Slugo on September 3, 2014

    This book covers the role of the Mosquito from its first delivery in WWII until it's last photoreccon mission in 1955. The mosquito was delivered in bomber, fighter-bomber, night-fighter and reconnaissance versions and this book details them all. I liked it because it combines the authors narrative with first hand accounts from mission participants. It provides an exciting history of an important contribution to the allied victory in WWII.

  • By Dennis Rutzou on November 21, 2014

    This is a very good factual book about an amazing aeroplane that made an oustanding contribution to the allied war effort. I enjoyed it very much and I believe that this experience will be repeated by anyone who is as interested in WW2, particularly the air combat, as I am.

  • By Mr. Duncan McKenzie on March 18, 2014

    I enjoyed the wide ranging scope of information about the Mosquito during WW11. If I had a criticism it would be that I expected more about the design and development of the aircraft and maybe a little less detail about squadron numbers, group numbers and command structures.

  • By J. Kreider on August 30, 2013

    Much too detail and much too little story. Good if you are into the technical stuff of the Mosquito bomber.

  • By Kindle Customer on November 25, 2013

    One of the most complete stories I have read on the history of the RAF.Well documented accounts of the decline of the Nazi hold on the European nations and theones that returned.d

  • By Barry on October 18, 2012

    whilst detailed this book reads like a flight log most of the time - also the amount of times the pilots fly into each other is amazing - it must have been very dodgy flying with your mates never mind the Germans - they seem to spend most of their time at 50 to 100 ft - what would health and safety say today ???

  • By S. Mello on October 27, 2013

    Very good at detailed information provided. Some narratives were choppy, not in sequence. Worth the cost of book and would purchase books of similar nature.


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