The RAF's daylight bombing offensive was carried out in parallel to its night operations for most of the Second World War. These daylight ops were as deadly for their aircrews as for the enemy: the risks were great and the casualties high. This is the vivid eyewitness testimony of an RAF navigator who flew daylight ops in Bostons, Mitchells and Mosquitoes from 1942 to 1944. He saw many of his own squadron wiped out and survived a ditching in the North Sea which killed two fellow crew-members. Arthur Eyton-Jones' story is ...

Day Bomber 1998, Alan Sutton Publishing,

ISBN-13: 9780750918503