History of 351st Bomb Group
The 351st Bomb Group in WWII
The Duty to Remember
by Ken Harbour & Peter Harris
The 351st Bomb Group in WWII: The Duty to Remember chronicles the formation, training and combat missions flown by this American heavy bomber group during WWII.
This 298 page hardcover book guides the reader through the evolution of the 351st Bomb Group, their time served at Polebrook, England from 1943 to 1945 and the Group’s return to the United States. More than seven thousand U.S. Army Air Force personnel served at Polebrook during WWII. There were 311 combat missions flown, with the loss of 175 B-17s. Each 351st Group member is listed by rank, squadron and fate. Technical drawings help the reader to understand the Boeing B-17 four-engine heavy bomber and the Group’s markings. Each B-17 assigned to the 351st Bomb Group is listed by serial number, the “nose art” name given by its crew and the number of missions it flew.
Over 260 photos give the reader an opportunity to look back in time at life on an Eighth Air Force bomber base during WWII.
The 351st Bomb Group inWWII: The Duty to Remember is an 8.5 x 11
inch hardcover book with 298 pages. The book has over 260 black and
white photos and illustrations.
Book - $55.00 US$
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