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Flying fury

James Byford McCudden

Flying fury

y James Byford McCudden

by James Byford McCudden

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Published by John Hamilton in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementintroduction by C. G. Grey ; illustrated by Leonard Bridgman.
The Physical Object
Pagination263p. :
Number of Pages263
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18771318M

Flying Fury is a single player campaign based on the memoirs of Major James McCudden, Flying Fury, Five years in the R.F.C. Because user made campaigns aren’t supported in Rise of Flight this “campaign” comprises a series of single player . James Thomas Byford McCudden, VC, DSO & Bar, MC & Bar, MM (28 March – 9 July ) was an English flying ace of the First World War and among the most highly decorated airmen in British military history.. Born in to a middle class family with military traditions, McCudden joined the Royal Engineers in Having an interest in mechanics he transferred Battles/wars: First World War, Western Front.

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Flying Fury is part of Casemate Publishers' series of reprints of the autobiographies of significant people from the first fifty years of flight. The book opens with McCudden's entry into the military when he enlisted in the British Royal Engineers after three years as a bugler with the Engineers.Aviation History Book Review: Flying Fury.

Jon Guttman. Flying Fury: Five Years in the Royal Flying Corps. by Major James T.B. McCudden. World War I produced a remarkable trove of literature from airmen whose writing talents often equaled their courage and deadly proficiency in aerial combat.

Among the most readable and most often read memoirs.When James T. B. McCudden, V.C., D.S.O., M.M. and Croix de Guerre, Major, Royal Air Force, went down on July 9,it was not to enemy fire but engine failure. He was then twenty-two, fourth ranking Ace on the unofficial British Empire list of the Great War, victor of fifty-seven air battles with the Germans.

He called his reminiscences ""The Bolo Book""; they cover five .