Jeremy Harwood studied history at Christ Church, Oxford, where he won an Open Exhibition and, in his final year, was awarded the Sir Keith Feiling Memorial Prize as the top history undergraduate of his year. After graduation, he worked in publishing for many years before becoming a full-time author.
World War Two From Above
An Aerial View of the Global Conflict
This is the incredible story of the battle waged in the skies to obtain accurate aerial intelligence during World War Two. Learn about the daring photo-reconnaissance pilots and spies who risked their lives to shoot these photographs, and the interpreters who pioneered a completely new science to reveal the secrets they contained.
Featuring dozens of amazing images drawn from the archives compiled by all the major fighting powers in the war, alongside inspiring, informative chapters that focus the pilots themselves, as well as on particularly crucial operations, this book is a fascinating examination of World War Two from above.
SPECIFICATIONS: Hardback | 220 x 250 mm |Full colour throughout | 208 Pages |