Light Perpetual: Aviators' Memorial Index
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To patrol stormy seas or fly high into a sky filled with flak bursts, fighters and searchlights, and then to return to the thatched cottages and ancient churches of English villages, was a new way of going to war for both Britain and America between 1939 and 1945. The aircrew of many nationalities lost whilst serving with RAF squadrons are commemorated in the stained-glass windows of abbeys, cathedrals and parish churches, and this book depicts more than 50 of those windows and tells the stories behind them - not only from World War II, but from earlier days as well.
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