The gripping autobiography of a New Zealand pilot's experiences in aerial fighting during the Second World War. He was placed among the top ten scoring fighter pilots in the Commonwealth and was the top New Zealander. An account of fighter plane experiences in the Battle of Britain and throughout World War II by Group Captain Colin Gray. He talks about his 500 missions over England, France, Italy and North Africa during World War II. He was also credited with 27 kills.
This is now a very hard to find book.
Very Good condition. It has a dedication to the recipient on the title page and some marks on the page edge. See photos, this is the actual book, not a stock shot.