311 (Czechoslovak) Squadron RAF
History of the successful Czechoslovak bomber squadron in the RAF during WW2.
No. 311 (Czechoslovak) Bomber Squadron was established as the second Czechoslovak combat squadron within the Royal Air Force during the summer of 1940, and became the only wholly Czechoslovak bomber squadron in the RAF. The Czechoslovak pilots flew Wellingtons and B-24 Liberators on operations, and returned to their homeland with the latter at the end of the war.
A complete operational history of the unit with many BW photos of planes and personnel, complete listing of killed and POW airmen and the first ever published complete list of flying personnel.
The book contains: Superb color illustrations of camouflage and markings, rare black and white archive photographs. It is essential reading for aviation enthusiasts, historians and scale aeromodellers.
29 June 2013 – Pavel Vančata, apologies to all for the long delay in his book being published but advises that its release is now re-scheduled to late 2013.
|Publisher:||Mushroom Model Publications|
|Published:||re-scheduled to late 2013|
|Format:||Softback, 128p with illustrations, colour artwork plus B & W photos|
A review of this book is here