Marauder Man: The Story Of The Bomber That Made D Day Possible Kenneth T. Brown

ISBN: 9780743479295

Published: March 1st 2004

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Marauder Man:  The Story Of The Bomber That Made D Day Possible  by  Kenneth T. Brown

Marauder Man: The Story Of The Bomber That Made D Day Possible by Kenneth T. Brown
March 1st 2004 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | | ISBN: 9780743479295 | 9.55 Mb

Troop, supply and armor convoys, bridges, road and rail networks were all fair game for the low-flying Marauder B-26 medium bomber. But flying below 12,000 feet against enemy positions had its cost. This is the moving account of one mans experiences in the tactical air war over Europe in World War II. A Quaker by birth and a pacifist by nature, author Ken Brown nonetheless felt it his duty to enlist in the fight against fascism.

Little did he expect that he would find himself in the plexiglass nose of a low-flying Marauder, surrounded by enemy anti-aircraft flak bursts. Marauder Man is also an important historical record of one of the most remarkable and unsung American warplanes in World War II--the Marauder B-26 medium bomber that, in the words of General Dwight D. Eisenhower, made possible the decision to land on continent. In vivid prose, Ken Brown brings the thrilling story of the B-26 and the men who flew it, to life.



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