This atmospheric account was first published in 1919 and has the immediacy of recent memory. The writing is clear and flowing giving its portraits of the crew and actions tremendous impact on the reader. There is a revealing appendix by period expert Norman Franks. It includes a small selection of highly evocative photos of Gurdon and 22 Squadron.It is rare to read accounts by 2-seater crews and this one is a must read for anyone interested in this aspect of the Great War.

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