Fortress England

Fortress England The Battle of Britain is over but the threat of invasion remains Squadron leader Armstrong s special squadron has a new task to co operate with the Royal Navy in attacking German shipping in the Engl

  • Title: Fortress England
  • Author: Robert Jackson
  • ISBN: 9780708943335
  • Page: 315
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Battle of Britain is over, but the threat of invasion remains Squadron leader Armstrong s special squadron has a new task to co operate with the Royal Navy in attacking German shipping in the English Channel and North Sea But Channel Stop operations carry extreme risks.
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    • Mike Whitehouse says:

      A Combined EffortThe historic story of the sinking of the Bismarck woven into this book shows the co operation between Royal Navy and the Royal Air Force, an excellent story that follows up the first in the series The Intruders hopefully there is more to come in this series.

    • Michael Bully says:

      Slowly got immersed in this novel. I've not researched fighter planes so not qualified to comment on certain aspects of the novel .The title isn't helpful in describing what Britain went through in 1941 . Also at times the author forgets that huge numbers of men from the Empire also served.The novel contains whole swathes of history to the point that the plot and characters seem incidental .It's a slow starter.But overshadowing all these misgivings is that the novel evokes the period in World Wa [...]

    • John Purvis says:

      “Fortress England” eBppk was published 2016 (originally published on paper in 1998) and was written by Robert Jackson (fantasticfiction/j/ro). Mr. Jackson has written over 50 books, both Fiction and Non-Fiction, on World War II, with a focus on aircraft of the era. This is the third novel to feature RAF pilot Ken Armstrong. I received a galley of this novel for review through netgalley. I categorize this novel as ‘PG’ because it contains scenes of Violence. The setting of this Thriller n [...]

    • Susan Johnston says:

      This is a great book for the history lover who enjoys the story without being irrevocably bogged down in minutiae. It tells the story of those cold and scary days when Britain and her Commonwealth countries stood alone against the Nazis.An island in more ways than one, she was taxed to the ultimate to keep her shipping lanes open so she could survive in both the Altantic and the Mediterranean . Thanks to the combined efforts of both Royal Navy and RAF, the new strategies and technologies that th [...]

    • L. R. Hintonl says:

      Interesting View of 1941 Battles!This was an interesting stories about the characters and the real battles in 1941 in defense of England! The mixture of the fictional story and actual events made for a good and believable read! It brought out something that I did not know that the "Kondor's" and surface ships accounted for the majority of shipping losses!

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