320 pages - 1978 - Used, acceptable
Through this novel, the authors reveal the most staggering secret of the Second World War : Operation Ulysses, the raid that would bring Allied defeat crashing from the exploding skies.
|Book cover finish
||Offset varnish, Perfect paperback
||Reprint ( First published in 1977 by Souvenir Press Ltd )
|Number of pages
||12 x 18 x 3 cm
||J.D. Gilman & John Clive
||Pan Books Ltd
The co - author was filming on location in the Netherlands when he stumbled on evidence of the real Kampfgeschwader 200. The Royal Netherlands Air Force had discovered the wreckage of a Second World War aircraft buried in the mud of a dyke. What they found inside the plane provided the sensational evidence which inspired the writing of KG 200.
( ... ) From a secret base in occupied Norway, crack German pilots plan the ultimate mission of KG 200 - Operation Ulysses. The raid that would bring Allied defeat crashing from the exploding skies...
Inspired by the best - kept secret of the Second World War, KG 200 unfolds one of the most enthralling novels of air warfare, espionage and manhunt ever written.