010673 - EAGLES OVER THE PACIFIC SERIES : RAMPAGE OF THE ROARIN’ 20’s: 312th Bomb Group
By Lawrence Hickey
From altitudes low enough to look the enemy in the eye, the men of the 312th Bomb Group rampaged their way across the Pacific, driving the Rising Sun back to Japan in a determined fury. Rampage of the Roarin' 20's meticulously chronicles the exploits of the famed Roarin' 20's, one of the most famous Light Bomb Groups in the SWPA, from Australia to Japan in the A-20 Havoc, and later the B-32 Dominator. With 416 pages of thrilling text and over 700 photographs, this volume of the sensational Eagles Over the Pacific series will stand as the definitive history of the 312th. Five exhaustively researched appendices detail aircraft, personnel and casualties, and a 24-page color section which features 36 full-color aircraft profiles, 32 close-up nose art reproductions and five original paintings, including the cover, all created by world-renowned aviation artist Jack Fellows
Encyclopaedic WWII History of the 312th BG (Vol 4). Hdbk with jckt, approx’ 350pp, 150,000 words of text, nearly 700 photos, 16 page colour section, 35 full colour aircraft profiles and 5, A-20 combat paintings including several by top aviation artist, Jack Fellows, plus 10 comprehensive maps & definitive appendices with details of crews, casualties and aircraft.
|Pictures||700 photos, 16pp colour section, 35 full colour aircraft profiles, A-20 combat paintings, maps, etc|