Bader The Man and His Men Cassell Military Classics MOBI

Bader The Man and His Men Cassell Military Classics MOBI

Bader The Man and His Men Cassell Military Classics [Download] ➶ Bader The Man and His Men Cassell Military Classics Author Michael Burns – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk This fine example of painstaking research insight and highly readable narrative was first published four years ago to much critical acclaim Newly available in paperback it offers a detailed reappraisa This fine example Man and eBook ´ of painstaking research insight and highly readable narrative was first published four years ago to much critical acclaim Newly available in paperback it offers a detailed reappraisal of the wartime career and tactical legacy of the legendary Douglas BaderBader's early years at Cranwell and Bader The MOBI :Ú the crash that left him crippled are well known and only part of this study The author concentrates on how Bader turned a battle weary Canadian Hurricane suadron into an elite unit that became the focus of the 'Big Wing' and the narrative fully covers this ongoing controversy The Man and PDF ☆ Bader criticized existing Battle of Britain tactics believing a better result would be possible by concentrating a large force before meeting Luftwaffe attacks these theories are here firmly placed in the perspective of The Man and His Men PDF \ RAF fighter and wing practices More important is how Bader used the tactical insight of The Man and His Men PDF \ the wing transformed RAF fighter tactics and instructed his men in the new art of air fightingThis book shows how they benefitted from Bader's teaching and developed as outstanding leaders and tacticians in combat environments and is an interesting contribution to the history of air history.


4 thoughts on “Bader The Man and His Men Cassell Military Classics

  1. Jan Jan says:

    This book was rather to technical and tactical for me I was hoping for something biographical in terms of character and personality beyond the flying aceIn the extensive descriptions of air battles I found it uite hard to visualise what was going on and getting a bit frustrated with it this is probably my own fault and if I had stuck with it I am sure I would have learned but eventually I started to skip fairly large chunks of the book at which point it seems better to give it up and find another book that gives me what I am looking for


  2. Robert Goodwin Robert Goodwin says:

    A brilliant biography about an exceptional human being Exciting close up and personal 'views' of the fighter plane action in great detail plus the inevitable politics of war Bader is a real 'boys own' hero you could not really make him up as a fictional character he would not have been credible but it is that in essence that makes him an outstanding figure of the air war The man with no legs that led the Battle of Britain and determines air fighter tactics for the RAF If there is a criticism to be made the book is a little too well researched and comprehensive in its detail to be the great story it could be Nonetheless I am proud to have read of this man and his achievements and his mistakes


  3. Les Walters Les Walters says:

    I enjoyed most of the book Some parts were even exciting as you'd expect of stories of air battles etc However I found the freuent use of acronyms and other labels made many paragraphs unintelligble or at least difficult to read In a sense it made for speed reading because I skipped an awful lot of unneeded informationStill the author does reveal much of Bader's personality and his strengths weaknesses as well as his successes and those of his men


  4. Gordon Holloway Gordon Holloway says:

    Lots of good information but not well written overall I felt like I was reading an official after action report for long segments at a time


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