Remorseless Road:- An Airlife Classic
|PUBLISHED (THIS EDITION):||July 2001|
This is the compelling and at times harrowing account of the author's experiences whilst serving in the RAF during the Second World War.
His autobiography recounts his posting to the Far East, where he served alongside those resolute airmen who fought the Japanese against all odds and to the bitter end, the survivors eventually laying down their arms.
Then follows his account of the ordeal and humiliation of imprisonment for the last three and a half years of the war, with only the atomic bombs putting an end to their plight.
This is a story that had to be told. It records events in that momentous conflict in the Far East over fifty years ago; events that should never be forgotten. The book is a fascinating account of the bravery and fortitude that British airmen displayed in those most difficult of times. It also gives much-needed remembrance of the sacrifices those men made.