[[ EPUB ]] ✰ Fighter Author Len Deighton – Loufanet.info Home Fighter Len Deighton10 on Fighter Book Captured The Imagination Of The Battles Over Britain, Great Book 10 thoughts on “Fighter ” Fighter Thre True Story of the Battle of BritainRecommended As its title obviously implies, this book is about the Battle of Britain It is a general overview of the battle as seen from both side of the Channel and makes for an interesting introductory reading Those who have a thorough knowledge of the battle will find it brings an interesting perspective and a Reply This was one of a projected series of twelve factual books I believe, that Deighton intended to write about the history of WW 2.As he now appears to have retired from writing we are left with just some.One of the problems of revi... Reply This is without doubt the best book on this subject I have ever read It is not only impeccably researched but it also explodes many myths that have grown out of propaganda and are widely regarded as truths. Reply Full of interesting facts but an oddly disjointed book. Reply This book has the kind of writing I wish all war books had Fascinating descriptions of the planes, the weapons, and the people involved Very fair to both the RAF and the LuftwaffeI don t know if I ve ever seen such an even handed approach One of ... Reply Thoughof an exposition than a narrative, Fighter provided me a lot of meat in terms of the conditions the pilots faced, the strengths and limitations of each aircraft involved as well as the myriad personalities of men of all ranks who fought in the Battle of Britain. Reply Very detailed account of the Battle of Britain its leaders, the equipment, the tactics, and the outcomes. Reply A MUST read for anyone wanting to know about the Battle of Britian Reply The Battle of Britain remains the most compelling story of warfare it was one of the decisive battles of the Second World War It was the first significant defeat of Nazi Germany.I read the whole book carefully The most telling passage was on page 338 Inevitably the war grew larger and larger Before it ended, the Luftwaffe was to lose, in one day s combat, the same number of p Reply This book apparently took the author seven years to research and write It was published in 1977 almost thirty years ago, so it is itself now part of the history of the Second World War Len Deighton was able to interview some of the people who had actually participated in the Battle of Britain on both sides and there is a picture of him with one of the German fighter aces amongs Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.