Night Fighter Mass Market Paperback – November 1, 1998. This was my first book on night fighters during WWII, and l loved it. I had no idea how these pilots physically flew these aircraft at night, let alone find and kill enemy aircraft.
Night Fighter Mass Market Paperback – November 1, 1998. Rawnsley (Author), Robert Wright (Author). I particularly liked the change-of-pace of this book being from the navigator's point of view instead of the pilot's. I've flown in an F-16 at night and can't fathom how pilots performed these feats without modern navigation, radar, and night vision technology. These pilots had guts.
Once the day fighters had saved Britain from invasion, it fell to the.
Nightfighter Navigator: Recollections of Service in the RAF, Compiled from Flying Log Books and Personal Records. ISBN 978-1-871330-08-3.
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Rawnsley and Robert Wright. This was the book that started my fascination with the subject of WWII night fighting. 1. He's perhaps a bit biased but had earned that right.
Night Fighter - The Dramatic, Chilling Air War Fought In The Dark Skies Of WWII (A Ballantine War Book) by C. F. Rawnsley . Rawnsley & Robert Wright, book published by Ballantine Books in 1967 (first American printing), original price 75 cents, 319 pages. Condition: fair/good - covers have nicks/creases, binding solid, a few panges have bent corners, some page discoloration from age, no torn or missing pages. All items are sold AS IS - Every effort has been made to describe the item and its condition accurately.
Find nearly any book by C. F RAWNSLEY. Coauthors & Alternates. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Night Fighter: ISBN 9780907579670 (978-07579-67-0) Softcover, Crecy Publishing Ltd, 1998. ISBN 9780552115971 (978-0-552-11597-1) Softcover, Holt, 1957. C. Wright, Robert, Rawnsley. Learn More at LibraryThing.
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Nightfighter Forums General. Subject: "Night Fighter" by Rawnsley and Wright. You have me worried about my terminology now. Just to be clear, I meant that the FW190s were used as night BOMBERS over England, not as any sort of genuine night fighter. Posted Tue Jan 13, 2009 5:56 pm. QuickReply.