Journeys into Night


This is the story of twenty young Australians who sailed together to Canada to train as navigators under the Empire Air Training Scheme. After training, their ways parted, but they stayed in touch. Most of them went into Bomber Command, and fifteen of the twenty lost their lives. Don Charlwood has based much of this book on their letters and diaries, the book is as much their story as his.

Soft cover, illustrated, 272 pages.

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