Boys, Bombs and Brussels Sprouts

Boys Bombs and Brussels Sprouts Doug Harvey was just twenty when he went to Britain to fly bombers night after night over Germany Like hundreds of other young Canadians he discovered love sex fighting dying booze and European l

  • Title: Boys, Bombs and Brussels Sprouts
  • Author: J. Douglas Harvey
  • ISBN: 9780887801075
  • Page: 462
  • Format: Paperback
  • Doug Harvey was just twenty when he went to Britain to fly bombers night after night over Germany Like hundreds of other young Canadians, he discovered love, sex, fighting, dying, booze and European living all at once.In this compelling, lively book he remembers in viivd detail the joys and horrors of war in the air.

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    • During World War II young men from Canada joined the Royal Air Force and eventually the Royal Canadian Air Force. This is a memoir of a Canadian who went to England to fly bombers. These are the boys, bombs and Brussels Sprouts. He flew a when they were developed and loved them. Although he didn't love bombing raids and was overjoyed to be finished his rotation of 30 raids. This is a true story of irreverence and heroics written by an ordinary man who was thrust into extraordinary circumstances [...]


    • Great personal memoir about what it was really like for a kid from Canada to find himself flying bombers over Germany. Sometimes these autobiographies tend to be a little gloomy, but this one is filled with laughs.



    • This is a wonderful memoir by Canadian WWII bomber pilot Doug Harvey. He wonderfully balances absolutely hysterical anecdotes with more somber stories of comrades lost and reflections on the death and devastation delivered at his hands.



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