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Biggles of the Camel Squadron I have happily returned to the world of Biggles This one, unlike my last review, did not disappoint It was much like the first two I read Biggles, a fearless pilot, is still fighting the Germans during the First World War.At first I thought this one would have the same things happen again like the others, but a few new characters were introduced gotta love the Professor and Hartcourt and the chapter when Biggles crashes at the British lines during a fierce battle was epic and unique A wa I have happily returned to the world of Biggles This one, unlike my last review, did not disappoint It was much like the first two I read Biggles, a fearless pilot, is still fighting the Germans during the First World War.At first I thought this one would have the same things happen again li Biggles is involved in 13 different action packed incidents in Biggles of the Fighter Squadron It is towards the end of World War I and he has to be at his best to devise some outrageous, cunning and desperate schemes to down some German ace pilots, to rescue some of his pals or simply to stay alive to fight another day.For instance he teaches a cocky young pilot, Henry Watkins fresh out of flying training, how to attack the Germans and return safely Watkins, who does shoot down a German fly Biggles is involved in 13 different action packed incidents in Biggles of the Fighter Squadron It is towards the end of World War I and he has to be at his best to devise some outrageous, cunning and desperate schemes to down some German ace pilots, to rescue some of his pals or simply to stay alive to fight another day.For instance he teaches a cocky young pilot, Henry Watkins fresh out of flying training, how to attack the Germans and return safely Watkins, who does shoot down a German flyer, ignores Biggles advice and fails to return from a sortie so Biggles has to fly out to find him, shoot down a few Germans on the way, and escort Watkins safely home he then gives him a dressing down and stresses that he must follow orders in the future Watkins is suitably chastised.Biggles also gets entangled in a German squadron s flight and has to cleverly work his way out of it before he is spotted by the other German flyers or shot down by anti aircraft fire by his own side as he flies over Thanks to Capt W.E John s first hand knowlege, his text is highly evocative, both in the detail of strategy, machinery, logistics, and above all in the language he uses Though he portrays war in the air as an adventure remember this is a childrens book , he does describe moments of sicke Old School adventure done properly jolly good show Easy to mock, hard to copy, simple but technically meticulous stories give a fascinating insight into early flying seen from a very particular perspective.Also, very much darker I want to be 12 again Few characters span so much time so well, and I remember how much I loved this book having read some of the WWII adventures and detective books before it If like me you have not read the earlier books first, pick this up this is not a prequel it s a birth of a hero PRE ISBN.No Date Of Publication Stated.Fictional Based On Fact Stories Of Experiment, Trial, And Error In The Royal Flying Corps, In World Wat 1 The Great War CONTENTS ForwardHow Biggles Was BornGlossary Of Terms UsedThe ProfessorThe Joy Ride The Bridge PartyThe Bottle PartyThe TrapThe FunkThe Professor Comes BackThe Great ArenaThe Dragon S LairBiggles S Day OffScotland For Ever 1956 hardback edition This is the third Biggles book that I ve read and my favourite so far Unlike the other two, this is a collection of 11 short stories and an interesting foreword The stories are about as varied as a collection of stories starring a WW1 pilot could possibly be and surprisingly educational and action packed for something written so long ago About 3 4 of the w This is a collection of World War One English Flying pilots that is attributed to the fictus pilot Biggles In WWI they started by dropping rocks on the german trench s as they flew over them, and moved up to 3.5 stars I enjoyed this book very much It was interesting an eyewitness account of the early times of war aviation Weird to think they had no radios and had to communicate visually with basic hand signals.


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