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Battle of Britain: A day-to-day chronicle, 10 July-31 October 1940

Patrick Bishop

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Quercus
28 July 2020
History; British & Irish history; 20th century history: c 1900 to c 2000; Second World War; Battles & campaigns
From the bestselling author of FIGHTER BOYS and BOMBER BOYS, this is a magisterial chronicle of a defining episode in British history: the epic struggle of the Royal Air Force with the Luftwaffe.

Patrick Bishop's BATTLE OF BRITAIN is a compelling account of Britain's fight for national survival, from the shock defeat and evacuation from Dunkirk in May/June 1940 to fighter Command's assertion of superiority over the Luftwaffe in mid-September. BATTLE OF BRITAIN takes the reader through that summer day by day, revealing the ongoing battle's impact on flyers and civilians alike. By enhancing his narrative with eye-witness accounts, diary extracts and pilot profiles, Bishop brings the often horrific reality of air combat vividly to life.

In BATTLE OF BRITAIN Patrick Bishop has written the definitive account of one of the pivotal moments in twentieth-century British history, and a nation's 'finest hour'.
By:   Patrick Bishop
Imprint:   Quercus
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 196mm,  Width: 130mm,  Spine: 28mm
Weight:   300g
ISBN:   9781529409512
ISBN 10:   1529409519
Pages:   416
Publication Date:   28 July 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Patrick Bishop has worked as senior correspondent for the Daily Telegraph. He is the author of The Irish Empire; the acclaimed book The Provisional IRA with Eamonn Mallie; the bestselling Fighter Boys; and most recently the best-selling Bomber Boys and 3 Para. He lives in London.

Reviews for Battle of Britain: A day-to-day chronicle, 10 July-31 October 1940

'Compelling ... a fascinating insight into the emotions and actions of those who took part on both sides ... A worthy memorial to the 'Few' ' Daily Telegraph. * Daily Telegraph *


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