North Wales Airfields in the Second World War

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Critical to protecting the port of Liverpool and the industrial North West, as well as discouraging attack via Ireland, airfields were quickly established in North Wales after the outbreak of war in 1939. This book assesses the role of the twelve bases in the area from fighter stations such as Valley and Mona on Anglesey to training and support centres such as Penrhos, Wrexham and Hawarden, the airfield associated with the factory producing Wellington bombers.

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North Wales Airfields in the Second World War

North Wales Airfields in the Second World War

Paperback191pp Illustrated199x149mm

9781846743139     Product Code: 502765

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Critical to protecting the port of Liverpool and the industrial North West, as well as discouraging attack via Ireland, airfields were quickly established in North Wales after the outbreak of war in 1939. This book assesses the role of the twelve bases in the area from fighter stations such as Valley and Mona on Anglesey to training and support centres such as Penrhos, Wrexham and Hawarden, the airfield associated with the factory producing Wellington bombers.

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