Artie: Bomber Command Legend

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New Zealander Artie Ashworth joined the RAF in 1939 at the age of 18, and flew 110 missions over enemy territory in Europe and the Pacific. Drawing on Artie's personal memoir and meticulous log-books, his younger brother charts his remarkable exploits in Bomber Command; his crucial role in developing the early Pathfinder tactics; and the occasion when he flew his damaged Wellington bomber back to England single-handed after ordering his crew to bail out.

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Artie: Bomber Command Legend

Artie: Bomber Command Legend

The Remarkable Story of Wing Commander Artie Ashworth

Hardback240pp Illustrated

9780992620752     Product Code: 225989

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New Zealander Artie Ashworth joined the RAF in 1939 at the age of 18, and flew 110 missions over enemy territory in Europe and the Pacific. Drawing on Artie's personal memoir and meticulous log-books, his younger brother charts his remarkable exploits in Bomber Command; his crucial role in developing the early Pathfinder tactics; and the occasion when he flew his damaged Wellington bomber back to England single-handed after ordering his crew to bail out.

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