By Mariusz Konarski
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Writer: collage Books
Date of ebook: 1962
Edition: first Printing
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Description: octavo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Copyright date 1962 first printing volumes within the slipcase blue and tan fabric over forums with gold and black lettering and layout at the entrance and at the backbone. Brown inside of covers back and front. mild foxing the 1st few pages. Blue tent to the pinnacle web page edges no tears or bent pages nor any writing either volumes coated within the plastic hide a few mild put on to the toe of the books. Slipcase has put on alongside for edges. mild soiling to the head slipcase, put on alongside the backbone corners. The existence tale and educating of the best poet-Saint ever to seem within the historical past of Buddhism. Books textual content are vivid and fresh, tight binding, a fantastic set of books. <
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Eventually they baled out safely. Between allocation to Coastal Command and the end of 1942, aircraft of 304 Squadron participated in 549 sorties with a total time of 4,478 hours. In 1943 the situation of the Allies in the Battle of the Atlantic was still very difficult. The Germans were sinking more ships than shipyards could build. U-Boats caused the heaviest losses. For their protection the Luftwaffe sent more fighter units to the Bay of Biscay area. Air combats were more and more frequent. Losses mounted on both sides.
Pi!. Edward Zarudzki, his crew andfitters (sitting), Dale 1943. Par. pi! E. Zarudzki and his crew with mjr Jan Bialy (Sqn Commander) before a flight, Dale 1943. 30 304 Squadron History of the squadron Another shot ofpar. pi/. E. Zarudzki and his crew, Dale 1942. Par. pi/. E Zarudzki in the cockpit. Par. pi/. E. Zarudzki is decorated by Gen. bryg. Stanislaw Ujejski. Two days later the commander of the squadron received orders to fly sorties at night, to catch V-Boats on the surface before their daylight submersion.
We approach and afterfive minutes we arrive over the convoy. We come in head-on, giving the arranged signals. We receive a reply that we have been understood. We tell the convoy that we are going to operate with them for four hours. Communication is by means of "Aldis" lamp, i. e. by light signals. The convoy consisted of a huge ship and two destroyers. We come closer, to identify letters and numbers on the destroyers. We look through binoculars. Numbers and letters match. But what a surprise, the larger destroyer flies the Polish flag.
304 squadron : Wellingtons against the U-boats by Mariusz Konarski