Eyes of the RAF


Production costs have resulted in the hard back binding steadily rising in price and take many books beyond the reach of the majority of readers. This is a book which provides an important and well researched history of photo-reconnaissance by the RAF. It is always a great shame when source books and definitive works are published in soft back because they are often avoided by libraries that should carry them. However, this book benefits from a soft back binding in providing superb value for money. The author demonstrates thorough research into a subject that has received much less coverage than it deserves. There is good use of illustration and a large number of black and white photographs.



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