OCEAN BRIDGE; THE HISTORY OF THE RAF FERRY COMMAND

Ian Van der Waag

Abstract


Ocean Bridge is undoubtedly the best military-history book I have had the pleasure of reading all year. It presents a fresh body of knowledge on a neglected topic of an otherwise much-described Second World War. The body of the work – an authoritative and well-referenced text of 306 pages - is vastly enhanced by an extremely attractive cover; four detailed maps; dozens of meaningful photographs; and a good, particular and accurate index of no less than 43 pages! The fact that Ocean Bridge is printed on acid-free paper is an added bonus: it will literally be enjoyed by generations of future historians and aviation enthusiasts.


Keywords


Carl A. Christie; Fred Hatch; authoritative and well-referenced text; ISBN 0-8020-0638-8; best military-history book

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5787/25-2-254

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