Battle of Britain. RAF Airfields - Ground attacks. Britain's Defences to Counter German Attacks in 1940 by James Robertshaw
This must surely be the definitive compendium of information about Britain's air defences to counter German attacks in 1940 and some of the attacks and activity (on both sides) that took place in those perilous times. It's just packed with information: Defence structure, strategy and resources; radar system; airfield defence and support; anti-aircraft provision; personnel; Luftwaffe organisation and resources; Allied and German intelligence services; personnel losses (ground and air); citations... It's rare to find a book crammed with so much information. In fact it's a veritable treasure trove - packed with diagrams and illustrations that will interest both the academic and anyone interested in history.
Includes records of attacks on Royal Naval Air Stations.