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Captain Roy Brown - A True Story of the Great War, 1914-1918, Part 2

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Captain Roy Brown - A True Story of the Great War, 1914-1918, Part 2

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This is a true story of young men who fought and died for their country. It puts the reader behind the stick of a Sopwith Camel from the pilot's point of view. This is the second of two volumes.
This is a true story of young men who fought and died for their country. It puts the reader behind the stick of a Sopwith Camel from the pilot's point of view. This is the second of two parts, or volumes.

Part Two of the book covers Captain Brown's encounter with Manfred von Richthofen, the Red Baron, in detail.

In 1995 Alan Bennett toured the site in France where Captain Brown had attacked the Red Baron on 21 April, 1918. As an experienced pilot of similar aircraft, he had grave doubts as to the truth of some parts of the story. The eventual result was a book written in conjunction with Norman Franks: The Red Baron's Last Flight. After plentiful information from readers, Captain Roy Brown's family, and Wop May's son, plus further research in France, a considerably different picture of the entire event and Roy Brown's life emerged. This new book, Captain Roy Brown, tells the complete definitive story.

Softcover, 6 x 9", 461 pages. Part 2: Vol's 5 & 6.
SKU 174560
Name Captain Roy Brown - A True Story of the Great War, 1914-1918, Part 2
Author Alan Bennett
ISBN 978-1-883283-89-6
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