Synopses & Reviews
In 1915, the biggest plane yet seen in Britain took flight, a twin-engine monster with a 100-foot wingspan. Handley Page bombers attacked German cities, disrupting the enemyand#8217;s industry and crippling its war effort. The men that flew in the and#145;Bloody Paralysersand#8217; were the forerunners of Bomber Command in World War 2 and their story is told in their own words.
This book tells the story of the largest British bomber of World War 1 and the men who flew them.