The story is told in a logbook style and takes us from Downsview Toronto to England, France Portugal, Africa, India, Thailand and Australia in lush illustrations of familiar and exotic landscapes, describing the customs, sights and smells in rich detail all from the cockpit of a DeHavilland Chipmunk.C GROWL is enhanced by beautifully rendered technical drawings on the mechanics of flight, cloud formations and aerobatics Children and adults alike will relish these precise descriptions of the airplane and its acrobatic bag of tricks....
|Title||:||Longest Battle: The Rcn in the Atlantic 1939-1945|
|Publisher||:||Vanwell Publishing Ltd June 1, 1993|
|Number of Pages||:||148 pages|
|File Size||:||593 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Longest Battle: The Rcn in the Atlantic 1939-1945 Reviews
Given the reduced and somewhat rattletrap state of the modern no-longer-royal Canadian navy (now laboring under the bureaucratic shroud, 'Canadian Forces Maritime Command'), John D. Harbron's story of the RCN in the Second World War is an especially educational and evocative one.