Dear Friends - I want to share this wonderful review of our newest book "303
which is also scheduled to appear in tomorrow's (Wednesday, December 1)
print version of The Washington Times newspaper in D.C..
Some quick excerpts from this review (which was written by U.S. Vice Admiral
Robert F. Dunn, a naval aviator, president of the Naval Historical
Foundation and chairman of the Association of Naval Aviation):
"the author's detailed descriptions of aerial combat, dogfights and other
actions are superb. The reader can easily feel as though he's in the
cockpit. The action scenes themselves are worth the read and the smooth
flowing prose makes it easy to do so.
"a story of air combat about as exciting as it gets. The author actually
puts the reader in the cockpit as fighters climb and dive and twist and turn
in dogfights. One can easily tell that this is the real story of real
fighter pilots for whom an aggressive attack is the only way to best the
"for readers who don't know the historical context.that problem is easily
solved. My recommendation for them, indeed for all readers, is to read the
section titled, "Historical Horizon," first.Beyond that there are
explanatory footnotes, maps, great photographs and a plethora of
"All in all, for anyone interested in the Battle of Britain, aerial combat
or Polish history, "303 Squadron" is a must-read."
All the best,
Terry A. Tegnazian
Aquila Polonica (U.S.) Ltd.
10850 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 300
Los Angeles, CA 90024
Wall Street Journal Op-Ed: <http://bit.ly/WSJOpEd
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