Batsford, 1st ed., 1983. 120 pp., 200 photo-ills. D.j., 25 x 19cm. FINE. This evocative montage of war in the air in all theatres shows, wherever possible, the airman's viewpoint. It shows many of the human facets, tragedies, sacrifices, and, most often, the sheer routine of aerial combat conditions common to armed forces throughout the world during 1939-1945. The 200 photographs are supported by informative captions and the expert commentary which introduces each section sets the overall scene for each of the campaign theatres.