Item description for Ghosts of Targets Past: The Lives and Losses of a Lancaster Crew in 1944-45 by Philip Gray...
Whilst the Lancaster was acknowledged as being a fearsome bomber, the plane was also vulnerable. Philip Gray describes what it was like to be the captain of a Lancaster at the height of World War II and how he and his crew managed to survive the war.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.22" Width: 6.2" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.88 lbs.
Publisher Grub Street
ISBN 1902304594 ISBN13 9781902304595
Availability 0 units.
More About Philip Gray
Gray was born in Scotland and eventually became a journalist in Canada. In WWII he found himself captain of the crew operating with 186 Squadron as the RAF took the war into the heart of Germany.
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I would recommend this to anyone Jul 21, 2003
Although I have not actually had a chance yet to fully finish reading this great book, I would like to say that I have met Philip Gray personally at the Toronto Aerospace Museum on the Canadian Forces Base (CFB) Downsview.
Having talked to Philip several times, I can say that he remains very sharp minded, and can tell you all kinds of interesting stories from his colorful life.
It's very rare to meet someone who has such excellent recall of times nearly 60 years in the past.
If you're ever in Toronto, you should drop by the museum, and get to see the restoration (in progress) of a Lancaster bomber. Philip is around quite often to give you a personal tour.