This is a photographic history of what life was like as soldier based on a US airbase in the United Kingdom during the Second World War, as seen through the camera lenses of the GIs themselves. The book provides a poignant and accurate record of the time and will be of huge interest to anyone who had family stationed in the United Kingdom during the war.
Peter W. Bodle FRAeS started out in life as an engineer, became a designer and then an inventor by inventing the Passive Floor Path Marking System for passenger carrying aircraft. The company he started then is now the world’s leader in this technology. Fortunately, its success has allowed him the time to pursue his writing interests and he has so far had almost twenty biographies and books on aviation history published. Bodle was a light aircraft pilot for almost twenty-five years and is married with four children and an ever growing number of grandchildren and great grandchildren.