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  • Author:
    Richard Hough
  • ISBN:
    0440194385
  • ISBN13:
    978-0440194385
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    Dell Publishing; First Thus edition (August 1981)
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Wings Of Victory book. After World War II, Hough worked as a part-time Richard Alexander Hough was a British author and historian specializing in naval history.

Wings Of Victory book. As a child, he was obsessed with making model warships and collecting information about navies around the world. In 1941, he joined the Royal Air Force and trained at a flying school near Los Angeles. He flew Hurricanes and Typhoons and was wounded in action. After World War II, Hough worked as a part-time delivery driver for a wine shop, while looking for employment involving books.

by. Hough, Richard, 1922-1999. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by AltheaB on September 20, 2011. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

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Richard Alexander Hough (pronounced how; 15 May 1922 – 7 October . Hough won the Daily Express Best Book of the Sea Award in 1972. The Fight to the Finish (1981), aka Wings of Victory. Bibliography as Richard Hough.

Richard Alexander Hough (pronounced how; 15 May 1922 – 7 October 1999) was a British author and historian specializing in maritime history. After leaving school, he joined the Royal Air Force at the beginning of World War II and received his initial flight training at an airfield not far from Hollywood. He later flew Hurricanes and Typhoons. He also wrote under the nom de plume Bruce Carter. The Fight of the Few, 1979, Cassell ltd, Great Britain.

Hough won the Daily Express Best Book of the Sea Award in 1972. Wings Against the Sky (1979).

This article is about the historian. For the engineer, see Richard R. Hough. After leaving school, he joined the RAF (Royal Air Force) at the beginning of World War II and received his initial flight training at an airfield not far from Hollywood. One Boy's War, Pen and Sword, 2008, ISBN 978-1-84415-690-0. The Fleet that had to Die.

Wings of victory Richard Hough. Hough, Richard Alexander, 1922- author. Publication Information. New York : Morrow, 1980.


Dddasuk
I read this trilogy of Richard Hough many years ago as a young boy. It fired my imagination even further to learn more about how the British and Americans cooperated during WWII. Fiction, to be sure, but with enough technical perspective to keep one riveted to their chair for a most pleasant read.
Uaha
The end of the war. As gripping as the first two books.