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Dunkirk to the Fall of France' 3rd – 18th June 1940. (Red Kite 9781906592462)

Dunkirk to the Fall of France' 3rd – 18th June 1940.  9781906592462
Dunkirk to the Fall of France' 3rd – 18th June 1940. (Red Kite 9781906592462)
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Category:Books on aviation
Subcategory:WW2 UK
Publisher/Brand:Red Kite
Author:Simon W. Parry
No. Pages:88
Version:Soft cover
Availability:only 2 remaining

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Category Books on aviation, Subcategory WW2 UK, ISBN/Box 9781906592462, Publisher/Brand Red Kite, Author Simon W. Parry, Format a4, No. Pages 88, Version Soft cover, Language English

Following the great success of the Dunkirk Air Combat Archive book, Red Kite decided to 'fill the gap' between this book and the first volume of the Battle of Britain Combat Archive. This period is rarely covered in books despite a lot of significant fighting taking place both over France and the UK.

There was too much information to fit into one volume so it was split it into two.

This first volume 'Dunkirk to the Fall of France' covers 3rd – 18th June 1940. This period is significant as it begins at the end of the Dunkirk evacuation and ends on the day that the RAF flew its last operational sorties from France. During this hectic two weeks, RAF squadrons in France retreated further and further south, becoming ever more scattered and outnumbered. Squadron records were either lost or destroyed making this fortnight very difficult to research. Despite this, the author has managed to piece together the combats and losses that took place and illustrates them with detailed maps as well as the usual combat and intelligence reports.



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