189 pages - 1998 - Used, very good condition
This book, which contains several photographs, is a semifictional biography of Gunther Bloemertz, a Luftwaffe fighter pilot who fought against his R.A.F. and U.S.A.A.F. opponents.
|Book cover finish
||Offset varnish, Perfect paperback
||Reprint ( First published in 1953 by William & Co. Ltd, Paperback edition first published in 1998 by Sutton Publishing Limited )
||Used, very good condition
|Number of pages
||16 x 24 x 2 cm
||SUTTON PUBLISHING LIMITED
Heaven Next Stop is a fascinating " factional " insight into the lives of Luftwaffe fighter pilots during the Second World War. Gunther Bloemertz was one of the legendary " Abbeville Boys " of Jagdgeschwader 26, who flew Focke - Wulf Fw 190 day fighters from their base in northern France.
In this vivid personal story, the author describes life and death on the Squadron, his fellow pilots and their almost daily duels with R.A.F. Spitfires and U.S.A.A.F. Flying Fortresses, fought at both ground level and in the stratosphere over the Pas - de - Calais. ( ... )