Above All Unseen (Edward Leaf).
- The RAF's "Photographic and Reconnasissance Units" used a variety of modified, unarmed aircraft during the Second World War to obtain an unprecedented amount of accurate and timely information on the enemy
- This is the story of the personnel and their aircraft and equipment which flew more than 15,000 sorties throughout the war - in Europe, the Mediterranean, the Middle East and South East Asia
- This text provides a comprehensive history of Britain's aerial reconnaissance operations from early experimentation to the sophisticated techniques, developed as the war progressed
- It includes the stories of many daring flights by unarmed aircraft over enemy territory in the pursuit of information
- The illustrations include aircraft, cameras and personnel as well as numerous aerial photographs taken during the war
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