This sumptuous but very reasonably priced book describes 100 years of RAF operations... It is thoroughly recommended to serious historians and the many thousands of former RAF service men and women without whom none of these accomplishments could ever have been made."
Michael Napier's achievement in missing out none of the key events in a hundred years of independent existence, in covering so vividly the sheer breadth of his subject - and in compiling the pages rightly devoted to a wonderful selection of photographs - is remarkable... This is no ordinary coffee-table book!
Royal Air Force Historical Society Journal
An informative introduction to the RAF's history, which can whet a reader's appetite for further study and those who served will doubtless find that it brings out memories of their time in RAF blue. Most importantly, it testifies to the breadth of the RAF's operations over a century in which warfare was revolutionised by air power.
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