The Battle of Britain

Leonard Mosley

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The Battle of Britain

The Battle of Britain The editors of Time Life Books have produced another exciting series World War II The Battle of Britain is brought to you in extraordinary detail through vivid photography and engaging informative te

  • Title: The Battle of Britain
  • Author: Leonard Mosley
  • ISBN: 9781844471904
  • Page: 146
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The editors of Time Life Books have produced another exciting series World War II The Battle of Britain is brought to you in extraordinary detail through vivid photography and engaging, informative text.

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    1. Samantha on said:

      What is arguably the deciding factor in the war before Hitler made his great mistake. Read this to find out how the British came all too close to losing everything.

    2. Carter on said:

      This book is a Non-Fiction book. This book has 208 pages. This may be a challenging read because some words are hard to pronounce. The setting is in the past during World War Two over the seas and land between Britain and Germany. I enjoyed this book because of the topic and because I got to learn about my favorite topic. I think people who like to learn would enjoyed this book because it gives so much information. This book was very interesting to me and included illustrations which may help yo [...]

    3. Manish on said:

      While most of us know that the Battle of Britain was all about the heroic fightback by the numerically weaker RAF pilots against the full fury of the Luftwaffe; few of us know the actual manner in which events unfolded. Hitler's vacillation against bombing London which in his opinion was a city of the race of the Anglo Saxons, the tactics of Goering, the technical comparison of the German aircrafts such as the Messerschmidts with the British Hurricanes and Spitfires, coping mechanisms of the Bri [...]

    4. Robert Snow on said:

      Bought this Life Time series in the early 1980's on WWII, a volume came to the house every 2 or 3 months so I could take my reading. It was very informative and enjoyable read, I still use it for reference.

    5. Valerie Sherman on said:

      So many airplane technical schematics But really interesting stories, too. Loved the gangster photo of Churchill.

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