The Bomber Command War Diaries

The Bomber Command War Diaries (subtitled: An Operational Reference Book, 1939 -1945) is a book by the British military historian Martin Middlebrook and the researcher Chris Everitt that documents every operation by RAF Bomber Command in Europe in World War II.[1] The book also details the operational performances of each squadron and group and it remains in print today.

The Bomber Command War Diaries
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First edition
AuthorMartin Middlebrook and Chris Everitt
SubjectWorld War II
GenreHistory
PublisherViking
Publication date
1985
Pages804 pages
ISBN0-670-80137-2

Everitt who had served in the RAF throughout the war as ground staff was the recently retired Chief Administrative Officer of Slough College and his research for the book involved over 300 visits to the Public Record Office.

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