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Life for most of the Pilots of the Royal Flying Corps was appallingly short.  If they graduated alive from the training that killed more than half of them, only a few would survive the fierce battles they fought over the ravaged landscape of no man's land.  The daily spectacle of having to watch friends and colleagues lose their lives took a devasting toll, and they poured their emotions into their diaries and letters to loved ones.

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The short and heroic lives of the young aviators who fought and died in the First World War. PB.
NZ$ 31.00
Ian Mackersey
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