Ian Allan, 1st ed., 1992. 128 pp., photo-ills., + maps; photocopy of map with airfields (S.E. England) tipped-in to f.f.e.p., extra. D.j., 30 x 22cm. FINE. In order to support Bomber Command during the Second World War a huge network of bases and training airfields was established through, predominantly, the eastern counties of Britain. In this book the author examines in depth the many bases either inherited by Bomber Command or constructed for its use. He looks at the organisation and operation of the bases and provides, through a superb collection of historic photographs and line drawings, a remarkable portrait of the life and times of Bomber Command during World War II. Illustrated with photographs and line drawings.