The tension is so sustained and vivid that the book hangs together emotionally like a piece of music..
An excellent, well-written account of crew reactions to the experiences that made up bomber command...
No Moon Tonight
A Bomber Command classic depicting the deep feelings associated with the human cost of the air war in World War II.
This is the breathtaking story of a wartime bomber crew facing the hazards of bombing strongly defended targets. A navigator with the RAAF based at Elsham Wolds, Charlwood writes sympathetically and understandingly of the hopes and fears of the crews as squadron losses mounted.
Dimensions: B Format
Photos/Illus: 8 page b&w photograph section