|Statement||by Peter C. Smith.|
|LC Classifications||TL685.3 .S66|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
|ISBN 10||0855241934, 0855241926|
|LC Control Number||75307124|
The low-level torpedo attack against enemy shipping was the most exciting and dangerous flying a pilot could experience in World War II. TORPEDO BOMBER! is the full story of the R.A.F. torpedo bomber squadrons and the men who flew against Hitler's navy from the dark days of the Norwegian campaign to the final strike against Rommel's "last" tanker before the fall of Tobruk/5. London: Almark Publishing Company, First edition. Quarto, paperback, 80 pp., illustrated, a very good copy. Item # ISBN: A concise history of the torpedo bomber from its earliest beginnings to final development in the fifties, describing the many different types of aircraft, the actions they fought and the gallant men who flew. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. The torpedo bomber first appeared during the later years of World War One but served their most useful role in the Second World War. This work presents an illustrated history of this attack aircraft. It covers British, American, Japanese and Italian aircraft and also features wartime photographs.
(75 cents cover price.) The story of the daring R.A.F. pilots who flew low-level attacks against Hitler's Nazi German Battleships in WWII. The full story of the torpedo bomber squadrons vs Hitler's Navy in the dark days of the Norwegian campaign to the final strike vs Rommel's last tanker before the fall of Tobruk! With 16 pages of Photo plates! This book promised to be a very useful reference on Torpedo Bombers. While the text was fairly detailed, the book was let down by the quality of a lot of the pictures and some inaccuracies in the captions. It was also a shame that the only picture featuring [part of] /5(11). This is the autobiography of Jūzõ Mori, a torpedo bomber pilot in the Imperial Japanese Navy during WWII. Never before translated into English, this book gives /5(). The story of the torpedo bomber. London: Almark Publishing. MLA Citation. Smith, Peter C. The story of the torpedo bomber / by Peter C. Smith Almark Publishing London Australian/Harvard Citation. Smith, Peter C. , The story of the torpedo bomber / by Peter C. Smith Almark Publishing London. Wikipedia Citation.
Buy Torpedo Bomber! The Story of the R.A.F. Torpedo-Bombers 1st American Publication by Ralph BARKER, With B&W illustrations (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(2). The low-level torpedo attack against enemy shipping was the most exciting and dangerous flying a pilot could experi-ence in World War II. TORPEDOBOMBER! is the full story of the R.A.F. torpedo bomber squadrons and the men who flew against Hitler's navy from the dark days of the Norwegian campaign to the final strike against Rommel's "last" tanker/5. Surviving Against the Odds. By Michael Fink. Grant C. Young inscribed his name in the history books on April 7 th, , when he became one of the last torpedo bombers to score a hit on the Japanese battleship y after his torpedo struck, Yamato rolled over, exploded cataclysmically, and sinking of the Yamato—one of the two biggest battleships ever constructed, the pride. The Ship-Busters: The Story of the R.A.F. Torpedo-Bombers () Strike Hard, Strike Sure: Epics of the Bombers () The Thousand Plane Raid: The Story of the First Thousand Bomber Raid on Cologne () Great Mysteries of the Air () Verdict on a Lost Flyer: Story of Bill Lancaster () The Schneider Trophy Races ().