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800g carded/packed for post, review >>>> A seemingly endless series of photographs, stories and anecdotes and all of them good. and >>> Wonderful review of the Lancaster's use in the war and a fine follow up to the 1971 "Lancaster at War". Covers not only the plane but also describes in some detail ground crew and air crew experiences. The b&w photos fill the pages of the book and are just awe inspiring - a shot of a Tallboy in the bomb bay with a ground crewman looking up at it is both fascinating & terrifying. 160pp of aerial history with great endpapers detailing these marvellous machines.