RE: [Kresy-Siberia] Polish 315 Squadron
- View SourceHi all - Wojtek Matusiak and Robert Gretzyngier, who both live in Warsaw,
are incredibly knowledgeable about all aspects of the Polish Air Force in
WWII. They have written a number of books on various PAF-in-WWII topics. My
partner in Aquila Polonica Publishing, Stefan Mucha, and I know them both
personally, and they are not only very knowledgeable, but also really nice
We count ourselves fortunate that they have been our expert consultants for
our new edition of 303 Squadron: The Legendary Battle of Britain Fighter
Squadron, by Arkady Fiedler, new translation by Jarek Garlinski, which is at
the printer as we speak.
Terry A. Tegnazian
Aquila Polonica (U.S.) Ltd.
10850 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 300
Los Angeles, CA 90024
Email: <mailto:info@...> info@...
Website: <http://www.aquilapolonica.com/> www.AquilaPolonica.com;
Twitter: <http://twitter.com/polandww2> http://twitter.com/polandww2
Wall Street Journal Op-Ed: <http://bit.ly/WSJOpEd> http://bit.ly/WSJOpEd
From: Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com]
On Behalf Of iteekulik
Sent: Friday, October 01, 2010 12:44 PM
Subject: [Kresy-Siberia] Polish 315 Squadron
For those with connections with the 315 Squadron, I picked up an excellent
book earlier today from my local library: "315 Squadron" - authors, Wojtek
Matusiak, Robert Gretzyngier & Piotr Wisniewski (ISBN 9798389450003).
Whilst only 136 pages it looks like an excellent book, full of photos
(literally every page) with many accompanying names. Also listed in the
extensive appendixes are all of the squadron pilots, their victories /
losses (deaths), planes flown and roll of honour etc.
Well worth a look....
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