The history of RAF Perranporth 1941 – 1945

The history of

RAF Perranporth

1941-1945

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F. R. Andrew..,

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Written by Cornish aviation historian, Bob Andrew, who, as a lad, used to cycle over from Callestick some three miles away to watch the Spitfires during the war, this excellent book records the activity from 1941 to 1945.

The book includes details of 310 (Czechoslovak) squadron who had been amongst the various Royal Air Force, Polish Air Force, Fleet Air Arm, Free French, Royal Canadian Air Force and Royal Australian Air Force squadrons who had been based at Perranporth (Trevellas) airfield.

Details of some of the patrol and offensive operations undertaken by these squadrons including their successes and losses.

Published: 2002, Revised Edition
Format: A5, 56 pages with 34 B/W photos, 2 diagrams and 2 maps
Cover: Softback
Language: English
Price: £5.00 + post and packing
Availability: In print
For order enquiries please contact: The Control Tower
Perranporth Airfield
Trevellas
St. Agnes
Cornwall
TR5 0XS
UK
Tel: 01872 552266

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