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Scotland’s Wartime Aircraft Crashes Volume 2: 1943-1945

AUTHOR – Keith S Bryers

PUBLISHER – Aviation Books Ltd

FORMAT – Softback


PAGES – 360

ISBN – 978 1 915335 33 3

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Category: Product ID: 22201


During the Second World War Scotland was a key location for many of the Allies’ defensive and offensive activities. It was also important for the training of aircrew and maintaining open air and sea lines of communication with Allied nations. Scotland’s ports, factories and cities were major targets for the Luftwaffe, while adjacent seas had to be traversed by German capital ships and U-boats seeking to interdict Allied trade convoys and warships.
These activities came with a heavy cost by way of lives lost and British, German and American aircraft destroyed in crashes which occurred not just on airfields but on low and high ground in Scotland and the rest of the British Isles, in the seas around Scotland and in Scandinavia.
This book is in two volumes. Keith Bryers’ comprehensive work of record continues with details of aircraft and crews lost between 1st January 1943 and the end of the Second World War.

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