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Radio Gunner

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"Radio Gunner" by Alexander Forbes is a gripping and poignant memoir that offers a unique perspective on World War II. The author's firsthand account of his experience as a radio operator and gunner in a Lancaster bomber provides readers with a vivid and detailed understanding of the challenges and dangers faced by those who served in the air during the war.

Forbes's writing is honest and raw, pulling no punches when describing the harsh realities of war. His descriptions of the fear, adrenaline, and camaraderie that defined his time in the air are both captivating and heart-wrenching. The author's voice is authentic and compelling, drawing readers in and allowing them to truly connect with his story.

Overall, "Radio Gunner" is a powerful and moving read that offers a valuable glimpse into the lives of the brave men who served in the air during World War II. Forbes's memoir is a testament to the resilience and courage of those who fought in the war, and is a must-read for anyone interested in learning more about this defining period in history.

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Originally published anonymously in 1924, this intriguing work of science fiction, categorized by Bleiler under 'imaginary wars and inventions' . Alexander Forbes was a Harvard physiologist who contributed considerably to the fields of physiology and neuroscience in the 20th century. - Summary by E F Bleiler paraphrased

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