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Category Aviation Books, Subcategory WW2 UK, ISBN/Box 9780907579977, Publisher/Brand Goodall (Air Data), Author Don Charlwood, Format 8x15cm, No. Pages 224, Version Paperback, Language English
Don Charlwood was born in Melbourne in 1915. Accepted as a RAF navigator in 1940, he was posted to 103 Squadron at Elsham Wolds in the winter of 1942. There he crewed up with a pilot from Western Australia and a British crew to fly a Lancaster bomber. In No Moon Tonight he gives a profound insight into the inner lives of the men of Bomber Command and their hopes and fears in the face of mounting losses. He depicts the appalling human cost of the air war in an account which has been favourably compared to other enduring memoirs of the 1st World War, namely Sassoon’s Memoirs of an Infantry Officer and Remarque’s All Quiet on the Western Front. A memorable first hand account of the air war over Germany.