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'A Most Cooperative Organization': The Trials and Tribulations of Air Support in North West Europe

Updated: Jan 8, 2019



Warrant Officer D Gosling (left) and Squadron Leader G H Hayhurst of No. 604 Squadron RAF, stand in front of their De Havilland Mosquito NF Mark XII in the snow at B51/Lille-Vendeville, France, before taking off on a night-fighter sortie. (Source: © IWM (CL 1827))

In the following recording, Dr David Jordan discusses "A Most Cooperative Organization': The Trials and Tribulations of Air Support in North West Europe, June-December 1941' at a Second World War Research Group Seminar at the Joint Services Command and Staff College on 20 February 2018.


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