Hi, I'd like to mention a new book written by my father who served as aircrew in the RAF in WWII. He enlisted when war broke out at the age of 19 and, from Somerset, UK where he grew up, flew on operations in Swordfish, Catalina and Liberator aircraft over the course of the war: from Gibraltar to the near East and Far East, to the USA and Canada for training, and then to the Atlantic and the Kattegat, patrolling for U-boats. For this last one he was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross (D.F.C.) His name is Franklin Medhurst and the book, which is online as an ebook, is called War and Liberty: One man's story. There are a number of anecdotes about things that occurred on operations too. He lost a lot of comrades and this is one of the things that has prompted him to write the book. It's written as a human story, so there's a personal narrative to the book and it's easy reading. It's on both Amazon (for Kindle), Smashwords and several other sites such as Apple and Barnes & Noble. You can read the first part of the book as a free sample. I hope it is of interest! Thank you.