British Torpedo-Bombers in World War II

Book Description

  • Epic story of low-level strikes on Axis navies in World War II
  • One of the most dangerous forms of air attack used during the war
  • Written by a participant

    This stirring book recounts how British torpedo-bombers took the war to enemy naval fleets and shipping vessels during World War II. Episodes covered include the attack by a single plane on a German battleship, the torpedoing of the Gneisenau in Brest harbor, and the vital blows against the supply lines of Rommel's Afrika Korps in the Mediterranean.

  • About Barker, Ralph

    Ralph Barker joined the Royal Air Force in 1940. He lives in England.