|A Flying Start, a Pupil Pilot in South Africa during World War Two - Peter Rogers|
Published by Amarin, Bangkok 2005
In 1940 South Africa had a mere 250 aircraft, military and civilian. Yet in less than five years it trained more than 33,000 aircrew for combat in the skies of World War Two. That, by any standards, was an achievement of magisterial proportions.
166pp illustrated in black and white.
Price: £30.00 / $45.00