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of books relating to RAF Woodhall Spa station history, squadrons and operations.
Lancaster Manual (Official Air Publication)
Marks I and II in all essential detail over 500+ pages, covering ground
crew instructions, handling and flying, electrical and radio equipment,
airframe design and armament.
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AIR: The Story of a Bomber Station at War, RAF Woodhall Spa, 1941-45
by Nigel Press. 256 pages, b/w photos throughout.
Sqn: The Dam Busters (Jonathan Falconer)
of the May 1943 raid on the Mohne and Eder Dams by the men of 617 Sqn.
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Bomber Command Handbook (Jonathan Falconer)
the policy? Why, when and where were the airfields built? How was the
overall command structure organized, from the Air Council down to individual
squadron level? How did the RAF train its bomber crews? What aircraft
did they fly and what weapons did they use? Who were their commanders
and who were the men that made up the rank-and-rifle of the Command?
How was a raid planned and once it was launched what happened? 300 pages.
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