R. A. F. Biggin Hill, Graham Wallace
R. A. F. Biggin Hill, telling the story of Biggin Hill during World War II.
This book is a hardback with an evocative dust jacket illustrated by someone with the initial ‘C W B’. Published in 1954, it was revised and reprinted 1959. Written by Graham Wallace.
The reputation of Biggin Hill during World War II is world-famous. This book tells the story of Biggin Hill from the diaries, memories and interviews with men and women who served at this historic airfield.
This ‘Battle of Britain’ airfield was known as ‘Biggin on the Bump’. It was founded in 1917. Biggin Hill is situated just south of London in the Kent coutryside and is still in operation today as a commercial airfield.
R. A. F. Biggin Hill has some fascinating photographs and is in excellent condition with a wonderful dust jacket. The dust jacket is a little scuffed on the edges.