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Ghost Squadron

WWII Teenage Pilot
  • Also available as: Dust Jacket Hardcover, E-Book
  • Published: July 2019
  • Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)
  • Pages: 192
  • Size: 6x9
  • ISBN: 9781796046618
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“Ghost Squadron” is a book about a pre-Teen growing to a teenage boy, Peter Walker who goes to live with his aunt, uncle and two cousins in Burghfield in the United Kingdom. Peter’s parents were killed in a German Luftwaffe bombing of his home town of Vauxhall, on the suburbs of London. Peter’s parents were killed in a German Luftwaffe bombing of his home town of Vauxhall, on the suburbs of London. Twelve-year-old Peter becomes friends with a WWI pilot/ace, Roland Bauer, and learns how to fly British aircraft as well as German Luftwaffe aircraft. The goal is to attack a local airfield captured by the Luftwaffe in the town of Burghfield, 45 miles south-west of London. The story tells of Peter’s experiences learning to fly aircraft and the intricacies of piloting aircraft to fly them and perform specific maneuvers used by British pilots from WWI. Maneuvers the German Luftwaffe of WWII have not been taught. Peter soon finds out that much of the town and outlying areas of Burghfield are mostly part of a British Underground called the Resistance. He also discovers that there are some in Burghfield that are sympathetic to the German Third Reich. As well as the Nazi Germany movement in hopes of gaining favor with the German military and the German National Socialist regime in the possibility of Hitler’s victory over Europe.

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