In for a penny, In for a pound : The Adventures and Misadventures of a Wireless Operator in Bomber Command (2) — John Knifton

When I wrote the first part of my review of the book “In for a Penny, In for a Pound : The Adventures and Misadventures of a Wireless Operator in Bomber Command” written by Howard Hewer, I had never written a book review before, so I suppose I can now say “Welcome to my second […]

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17 thoughts on “In for a penny, In for a pound : The Adventures and Misadventures of a Wireless Operator in Bomber Command (2) — John Knifton

  1. Pierre, I must say you got my interest up. It made me think of the last two letters I have read about my uncle and how the British and the American soldiers would spend two weeks in each other camps in Northern Ireland. This created friendship or goodwill and also a fighting team. My uncle enjoyed his time with a British Sgt in his hut for two weeks and then he spent two weeks in a British camp that he thoroughly enjoyed.
    Trust you heal quickly.
    Peter
    I found a paperback copy online for $3.79. It is through Thriftbooks. They are a great company.

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