3 edition of Qantas at war found in the catalog.
Qantas at war
Fysh, Wilmot Hudson Sir.
|Statement||[by] Hudson Fysh.|
|LC Classifications||HE9889.Q33 F92|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 244 p.|
|Number of Pages||244|
|LC Control Number||68100021|
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Over sixty passengers and crew died as a result. Yet Qantas' exemplary contribution to Australia's war effort and the courage of its people in those difficult times has been forgotten. Courage in the Skies is the remarkable story of Qantas at war and the truly heroic deeds of its crew and ground staff as the Japanese advanced towards Australia.
Flying unarmed planes through war zones and at times under enemy fire, the airline supplied the front lines, evacuated the wounded and undertook surprising escapes, including carrying more than forty anxious /5(4).
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Book Condition: Obvious shelf wear - uniform page age toning (not bad) - Otherwise no major problem Comment: 1st edition. However, Qantas did not emerge unscathed from these high risk shuttle runs. Two Empire flying boats were shot down resulting in extensive loss of life.
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Qantas Empire Airways Ltd and more particularly the air crews did many a gallant deed, in unarmed aircraft at great risk, in face of the Japanese enemy.
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