This list could be endless as so much has been printed on the wartime RAF and Bomber Command. However, here are some very relevant publications.

Bashow, David L, No Prouder Place, Canadians and the Bomber Command Experience, 1939-1945 (Vanwell Publishing, Ontario, 2005).

Beaumont, Joan, ‘Protecting Prisoners of War, 1939-45’, in Moore, Bob, and Fedorowich, Kent (eds.), Prisoners of War in World War II (Berg, Oxford, 1996).

Bending, Kevin, Achieve Your Aim, The History Of 97 (Straits Settlements) Squadron In The Second World War (Woodfield Publishing, Bognor Regis, 2006).

Chorley, W R, Royal Air Force Bomber Command Losses of the Second World War, Volume 4: 1943, (Midland Publishing, Hinckley, 2007);

—— Royal Air Force Bomber Command Losses of the Second World War, Volume 5: 1944, (Midland Publishing, Hersham, 2008).

Clutton-Brock, Oliver, Footprints on the Sands of Time, RAF Bomber Command Prisoners of War in Germany, 1939-45 (Grub Street, London, 2003).

English, Allan D, The Cream of the Crop, Canadian Aircrew 1939-1945 (McGill-Queens University Press, Montreal and Kingston, Canada, 1996).

Francis, Martin, The Flyer: British Culture and the Royal Air Force, 1939-45 (Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2008).

Gray, Jennie, Fire By Night, The Dramatic Story of One Pathfinder Crew and Black Thursday, 16/17 December 1943 (Grub Street, London, 2011).

Hadaway, Stuart, Missing Believed Killed, The Royal Air Force and the Search for Missing Aircrew, 1939-1952 (Pen and Sword, Barnsley, 2008).

Harris, Sir Arthur, Bomber Offensive (Greenhill Books, London, 1998).

Hastings, Max, Bomber Command (Papermac, London, 1993).

Hately-Broad, Barbara, War and Welfare, British POW Families, 1939-45 (Manchester University Press, Manchester, 2009).

Lambert, Max, Night after Night, New Zealanders in Bomber Command (HarperCollins, Auckland, 2005).

Mackenzie, S P ,‘The Treatment of Prisoners of War in World War II’, Journal of Modern History, 66, 3 (September 1994), pp.494-495.

Maynard, John, Bennett and the Pathfinders (Arms and Armour Press, London, 1996).

Middlebrook, Martin, and Everitt, Chris, (eds.), The Bomber Command War Diaries (Penguin, London, 1990).

Nelson, Hank, Chased by the Sun, The Australians in Bomber Command in WWII (Allen Unwin, Crow’s Nest, Australia, 2002).

Nichol, John, and Rennell, Tony, The Last Escape, The Untold Story of Allied Prisoners of War in Europe 1944-45 (Viking, London, 2002).

Overy, Richard, The Air War, 1939-1945 (Potomac Books, Dulles, USA, 2005).

Rees, Ken, with Arrandale, Karen, Lie in the Dark and Listen, The Remarkable Exploits of a WWII Bomber Pilot and Great Escaper (Grub Street, London, 2006).

Ryle, Peggy, Missing in Action, May-September 1944 (Allen & Co, London, 1979).

Thorne, Alex, Lancaster at War 4, Pathfinder Squadron (Ian Allan, London, 1995).

Vourkoutiotis, Vasilis, ‘What the Angels Saw: Red Cross and Protecting Power Visits to Anglo-American POWs, 1939-45’, Journal of Contemporary History, 50, 4 (October 2005), pp.689-706.

Wells, Mark K, Courage and Air Warfare: The Allied Aircrew Experience in the Second World War (Frank Cass, London, 1995).

Williams, Geoffrey, Flying Through Fire: FIDO – The fogbuster of World War Two – Freeing the RAF’s Airfields from the Menace of Fog (Alan Sutton, Stroud, 1995).

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