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Book 633 Squadron, Frederick E. Smith

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Frederick E. Smith
Phoenix; New Ed edition (4 Mar. 2004)

  • 633 squadron was one of the best books i have ever read (hence i called my username 633 squadron). written by Frederick E. Smith it tells us of a squadron of mosquitoes which have a seemingly impossible mission of bombing a German factory in a fjord in Norway. the mission is disastrous, they loose many of there aircraft including the squadron leader who is presumed dead but he comes back right a the end of the book after coming out of a German camp. Frederick E. Smith has a perfect balance of the action packed war as well as what the pilots did in there spare time e.g getting rid of the stresses of life. A excellent read, very highly recommended.


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