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From Dogfight to Diplomacy: Paperback: Pen & Sword Aviation: 9781848841987: 19 Nov 2009: This is a tale of human fortitude - and vulnerability - in a life shaped by the love of flying, by war, imprisonment, family tragedy and diplomatic service. It is also the tale of a distinguished Clan Donald Chief descended from warrior chiefs dating back to the 12th century. Donald MacDonell trained at RAF Cranwell in the 1930's after which he was posted to No.54 Squadron, before detachment to the. This is a tale of human fortitude - and vulnerability - in a life shaped by the love of flying, by war, imprisonment, family tragedy and diplomatic service. It is also the tale of a distinguished Clan Donald Chief descended from warrior chiefs dating back to the 12th century. Donald MacDonell trained at RAF Cranwell in the 1930's after which he was posted to No.54 Squadron, before detachment to the Fleet Air Arm in the Mediterranean. During the Phoney War he served at the Air Ministry, but when hostilities commenced he became CO of No 64 Spitfire Squadron at Kenley and fought in the Battle of Britain over Kent, being awarded the DFC. Then to Leconfield to train new pilots before more operations from Hornchurch. In March 1941 the Author was shot down over the English Channel by Werner Moelders and rescued by the enemy. Over four years were spent in German PoW camps-including Stalag Luft III where he helped organise the `Wooden Horse' escape. The Allied PoWs were liberated-after a gruelling winter march-by Russian troops. On repatriation MacDonell met his son for the first time and discovered that his wife was mentally ill. As a Wing Commander he worked at the Cabinet Office before moving to Headquarters Flying Training Command. He was then appointed Chief Flying Instructor at Cranwell, but eventually the stresses of bringing up a motherless family began to tell. However, he successfully applied for the post of British Air Attache in Moscow and spent a year learning Russian at Cambridge University and in Paris. Then he moved on to the Joint Services School for Linguists, the War Cabinet Office and the Joint Services Staff College. In Moscow MacDonell experienced the frustrations of the Soviet system during the Cold War, met Khrushchev, Bulganin and Mikoyan and was involved in negotiations for the first civilian flights between London and Moscow. Air Commodore MacDonell of Glengarry has written this memoir with both humour and understatement; it is all too easy. Air Forces & Warfare, , , , From Dogfight to Diplomacy, Donald MacDonell, 9781848841987, Pen & Sword Books Ltd, , , , ,

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From Dogfight to Diplomacy: A Spitfire Pilot's Log 1932-1958
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Macdonell, Donald; Macdonell, Lois; Anne, Anne MacKay (Ed ).

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From Dogfight to Diplomacy: A Spitfire Pilot's Log 1932-1958

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MacDonell's service career began in the 1930s. Shortly before the war he became a Squadron Leader and worked at the Air Ministry during the Phoney War. When hostilities commenced he became CO of No 64 Squadron, carrying out convoy support operations and eventually fighting in the Battle of Britain. Awarded a DFC, he was given command of a squadron at Leconfield to train urgently required pilots. Eventually he was shot down over the English Channel and rescued by a U-boat, this resulted in a lengthy period as a PoW in camps throughout enemy occupied Europe and Germany. During this period he was involved with the famous 'Wooden Horse' escape and was eventually freed by advancing Russian troops. Upon his return to the UK he was promoted Wing Commander and worked on the Cabinet Office staff before moving to Headquarters Flying Training Command. He was then appointed Chief Flying Instructor at Cranwell before successfully applying for the post of British Air Attache' in Moscow.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781848841987
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1848841981
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2010
Herausgeber: PEN & SWORD BOOKS (NCR)
354 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,522 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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