eBook Thunderbolt: A Documentary History of the Republic P-47 download
by Roger Anthony Freeman
Author: Roger Anthony Freeman
Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons; 1st edition (1979)
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Republic's P-47 Thunderbolt: From Seversky to Victory Hardcover
Republic's P-47 Thunderbolt: From Seversky to Victory Hardcover.
Roger Anthony Freeman (Author). This illustrated history of a classic World War II fighter plane charts the conception, creation, testing and deployment of the aircraft and its heroic exploits in the European and Far Eastern theatres of war.
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Roger A. Freeman (11 May 1928 – 7 October 2005) was an English farmer who also became a noted military aviation historian specialising in US Eighth Air Force operations during World War II. Born in Ipswich, Suffolk, Freeman grew up on the family farm. Born in Ipswich, Suffolk, Freeman grew up on the family farm in Dedham, Essex.
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Thunderbolt: A Documentary History of the Republic P-47. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9781854091710 (978-1-85409-171-0) Softcover, Orion Publishing Co, 1992.
7 hrs. P-47D Thunderbolt of the 367th Fighter Squadron made a belly landing in field artillery position after being hit in the left wing during a dive bombing attack on near Würzburg, Germany, 1 April 1945. The pilot was only slightly injured. OLDER ir base in Corsica to Northern Italy in 1944, destroying railroads, bridges, trains, vehicles and hard targets. Just a plain description of a bunch of people who fly 4 missions on a working day. Changing location once every 2 month, as the war goes on.