To See the Dawn Again


A History of 462 Squadron, RAAF 1942-2008. Operating Halifax bombers with RAF Bomber Command over North Africa and later, Germany and occupied Europe during the Second World War, 462 Squadron were known for their competence and perseverance. Members were originally drawn from Australia and around the Commonwealth. The Unit reformed in 2005, and lives on in a 'special duties' role. Hard cover, illustrated, 486 pages.

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