No Moon Tonight (2nd Goodall Edition, 2000)


A memoir of Bomber Command during World War Two, this book has been described as an elegy to the men who served and those who lost their lives. It is a deeply personal and vivid depiction of the experiences shared by many young men. “No one will be able to read No Moon Tonight without being deeply moved. No finer requiem has been said for the dead of Bomber Command. ” (Manchester Evening News). No Moon Tonight has been constantly in print since it was first published in 1956, and is distributed in Australia by Burgewood Books.

Paperback; 224 pages; photos; foreword by Don Bennett – leader of the Pathfinders; glossary.

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Gallery: the author, far right, and crew with their Lancaster Bomber B-Beer, 103 Squadron, Elsham Wolds, 1942.

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