A reprint of a rare original document from the Royal Air Force Museum Archives.
Convincing an aerial enemy to bomb empty fields rather than a factory or a military dump was a factor which involved considerable effort and skilled subterfuge during the Second World War. This book looks at the problems and the solutions, not just in the UK but abroad (including German efforts) as well. It is complete with all diagrams and illustrations, and gives an insight into what was a fundamental deception task for all involved in bombing and ground-attack - on both sides.
Fifty years ago the world teetered on the bri ... More ›
A delightfully illustrated and fun fact fille ... More ›