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Victory in September 1944 From the moment the author joins his first operational Spitfire suadron in August 1940 the reader is taken on an epic journey through the great aerial figh. What a gripping biography Tales you wouldn t believe if you didn t know they are actually true Superbly written

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Wing Leader Fighter Pilots

The thrilling story of the top scoring Allied fighter pilot of World War II 'Johnnie' Johnson who served with Fighter Command suadrons throughout the war scoring his 38th and final. It is amazing how almost all of us go on living doing things choosing a profession to earn our living without thinking about the conseuence of our action and meaning of what we are doingApplying this statement into the life of this author for example I can see that he a hero of sorts in the circle of his society the British pilots has never contemplated about the Royal Family he has loyally served for most of his adult lifeThis Royal Family descendants from a very old string of Kings and ueen of England has overseen a vast powerful victorious glorious prosperous empire that stretch over a huge area cover almost all our world To achieve this they have been employing ROB AND KILL action of courseas the only and best way just as any and all honchos of all predatory country and tribes from the Roman Ottoman Spanish French Mongol Americanetc have been employing it from the very early time of the human recorded historyWe almost all of us also never even think about the atrocity the cruelty the injustice of their crime We go about our life accepting it as normal things that happen just as the sun rises and set every day the rain pours down the clouds travel nothing abnormal nothing annoying Nobody should bother by any of its atrocity cruelty and injusticeThe author is not different He has never stop to think about why should he risk his life so a handful of the nobles in this case the British Royal family can stuff in their stinking mouth the best morsels of foods the rarest the most tasty morsels of food or even gorge themselves to the best tasting food until they can not eat anyThey can wear the best garments made by the most expensive materials They can wear the best diamonds and other specious gemsThey can waste tons of money in the most extravanga weddings and birthdays with thousands guest stuffing their faces with the choicest delicaciesWith no merit other than their bloodlines What stupid this author What pathetic his mental A dumb ass Sorry he is not a hero in my definition Not unless he saved people from an real enemyNot the perceived enemy that the Royal Family has decided to label them just to further their wicked greed in their evil agenda of robbing killing pillaging usurping people in foreign soils expanding the British Empire to far away territories exploiting the people of colors The toll of this dirty enterprise from the beginning of this criminal Vikingism can be far surpassed billions of innocent people from many parts of this planet Earth

Summary Wing Leader Fighter Pilots

Ter actions of the war including the Battle of Britain sweeps across the Channel and over France Dieppe and Normandy; and finally operations across the Rhine and into Germany itself. This is the biography of the highest scoring British fighter pilot over Europe during World War Two It s a very interesting insight into what it was like to be one of the few although Johnny Johnson was in hospital during the Battle of Britain itself However he flew over France over Normandy was wing leader of the one of the first wings to be based in liberated France and fought over Germany Not only does Johnson show what it was like to be a fighter pilot and a leader of the Knights of the Air when in the skies he shows what it was like on the ground the day to day life of a fighter pilot For fascinating aerial combat insightful looks into day to day life for the fighter pilot and the tactics of World War Two in the skies this is a great book


10 thoughts on “Wing Leader Fighter Pilots

  1. says:

    Here is JE Johnson's own story of his experiences flying Spitfires with Royal Air Force RAF Fighter Command against the Luftwaffe bet

  2. says:

    It is amazing how almost all of us go on living doing things choosing a profession to earn our living without thinking about the conseuence of our action and meaning of what we are doingApplying this statement into the life of this author for example I can see that he a hero of sorts in the circle of his society the British pilots has never contemplated about the Royal Family he has loyally served for most of his adult

  3. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading this insight into a lost time I found some of the attitudes expressed very insightful What struck me most was the ages of the fighter pilots some were still teenagers Several of the photographs were fascinating What toughness these people showed

  4. says:

    I'm re reading this book and am finding it every bit as good as the first time It is a simple uncomplicated and very effective look into the life of a single RAF fighter pilot during World War II For those wishing a view of the war from that perspective this book fits the bill perfectly

  5. says:

    Authentic dignified first hand account of Fighter Command's battle in Europe 1940 45 as seen through the eyes of one of its fighter p

  6. says:

    What a gripping biography Tales you wouldn't believe if you didn't know they are actually true Superbly written

  7. says:

    Another ceremony was to be enacted but this time I kept well clear of planning292 This is funny because after the war ended and he stayed to see the afterwards He had lunch with four danish men who were interested in flying and they mentioned the 'perfect' bombing of the gestapo headuarters in Copenhagen What they failed to mention was that t

  8. says:

    This is the biography of the highest scoring British fighter pilot over Europe during World War Two It's a very interesting insight into what it was like to be one of the few although Johnny Johnson was in hospital during the Battle o

  9. says:

    This was probably as good as many of the WWII fighter pilot books I have read and would have earned three starsBut perhaps I was slightly tired of the genre after several similar reading experiences And the German pilots obviously had much action during their service in the war That will be the obvious case when you start to be outnumbered in the sky You'll start to encounter enemies on every missionNot bad tho

  10. says:

    This was a fantastic book I have always loved reading about World War II especially the air war Wing Leader is a first han

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