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by Ralph Barker
Author: Ralph Barker
Publisher: Tempus Pub Ltd; First Edition edition (July 1, 2000)
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Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. The Fighters That Could Not Return. Published July 2000 by Arcadia Publishing. Second World War. About the Book. In the darkest days of World War Two, long-range Luftwaffe Kondor bombers ranged far out into the Atlantic Ocean, sinking ships at will and guiding U-boats to attack British convoys. To counter this, expendable fighters were launched by catapult from specially fitted merchantmen. was formed at Speke on 5 May to man the CAM ship detachments, each vessel having an RAF pilot and groundcrew. History of Liverpool. Military history of Liverpool. Military units and formations of the Royal Air Force. Encyclopedia Article.
Barker, Ralph (January 2000). This RAF article is a stub
Barker, Ralph (January 2000). This RAF article is a stub.
He was hooked, and returned whenever he could. NEW RELEASE THE HURRICATS by Ralph Barker. This is the incredible true story of Britain's 'Kamikaze' pilots of WW2. A humbling story of courage in the face of unthinkable danger as RAF and Fleet Air Arm pilots volunteered to bomb Nazi U-boats in the Atlantic - but with no sure way of getting back, it was a one-way mission. An unforgettable tale' says Rowland White. The Hurricats: The Incredible True Story of Britain's 'Kamikaze' Pilots of World War Two.