The Spitfire Kids (lydbok) av Alasdair Cross,
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Alasdair Cross (forfatter), BBC Worldwide (forfatter), Alex Wingfield (oppleser), Beth Eyre (oppleser), Esther Wane (oppleser), Gareth Armstrong (oppleser), Julie Teal (oppleser), Luke Thompson (oppleser), Michael Fenner (oppleser), Nicky Diss (oppleser), Simon Slater (oppleser), Thomas Judd (oppleser)

The Spitfire Kids lydbok

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'An inspirational read celebrating the incredible young people who gave so much for this iconic British aircraft'. John Nichol, bestselling author of Spitfire: A Very British Love Story Despite the many films and television programmes over the decades since the end of the Second World War that portrays our allied heroes as grown-up men and women, the Battle of Britain was in the main actually fought and won by teenagers. The average age of an RAF fighter pilot was just twenty years old. Many o…
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Undertittel The generation who built, supported and flew Britain's most beloved fighter
Forfattere Alasdair Cross (forfatter), BBC Worldwide (forfatter), Alex Wingfield (oppleser), Beth Eyre (oppleser), Esther Wane (oppleser), Gareth Armstrong (oppleser), Julie Teal (oppleser), Luke Thompson (oppleser), Michael Fenner (oppleser), Nicky Diss (oppleser), Simon Slater (oppleser), Thomas Judd (oppleser)
Forlag Headline
Utgitt 13 mai 2021
Lengde 8:34
Sjangrer Reise, Historie, Helse, livsstil og fritid, Fagbøker, Politikk og samfunn
Språk English
Format mp3
DRM-beskyttelse App-only
ISBN 9781472281982
'An inspirational read celebrating the incredible young people who gave so much for this iconic British aircraft'. John Nichol, bestselling author of Spitfire: A Very British Love Story Despite the many films and television programmes over the decades since the end of the Second World War that portrays our allied heroes as grown-up men and women, the Battle of Britain was in the main actually fought and won by teenagers. The average age of an RAF fighter pilot was just twenty years old. Many of the men and women who designed and built their planes were even younger. Based on the hit BBC Radio podcast Spitfire: The People's Story, we use contemporary diaries and memoirs, many of them previously unpublished, to tell the story of the Spitfire through the voices of the teenagers who risked everything to design, build and fly her. This isn't a story of stiff-upper lips, stoical moustaches and aerial heroics; it's a story of love and loss, a story of young people tested to the very limits of their endurance. Young people who won a battle that turned a war. (P)2021 Headline Publishing Group Limited