Bristol Bomber Boy: From Bedminster to Bomber Command Dr Robert Owen

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Published: to coincide with the 75th anniversary of the Bristol Blitz, Bristol Bomber Boy is the perfect Christmas gift for students of local history, aviation aficionados and military buffs. 10% of profits will be shared between The International Bomber Command Centre and The Bomber Command Memorial.

Dr Robert Owen was born in Bristol in 1945 and lived there until his father rejoined the RAF in 1952. He has worked in business and as a university and college lecturer, and currently practises as a counselling psychologist. Less

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Kindle Edition, 53 pages
Published November 24th 2015

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Bristol Bomber Boy: From Bedminster to Bomber Command  by  Dr Robert Owen

Bristol Bomber Boy: From Bedminster to Bomber Command by Dr Robert Owen
to coincide with the 75th anniversary of the Bristol Blitz, Bristol Bomber Boy is the perfect Christmas gift for students of local history, aviation aficionados and military buffs. 10% of profits will be shared between The International Bomber Command Centre and The Bomber Command Memorial.

Dr Robert Owen was born in Bristol in 1945 and lived there until his father rejoined the RAF in 1952. He has worked in business and as a university and college lecturer, and currently practises as a counselling psychologist. Less

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Bristol Bomber Boy is a short story based on Robert Owens fathers experiences as one of the young working class volunteers who overcame their circumstances and lack of educational qualifications to become bomber pilots in World War II.Eric OwenMoreBristol Bomber Boy is a short story based on Robert Owens fathers experiences as one of the young working class volunteers who overcame their circumstances and lack of educational qualifications to become bomber pilots in World War II.Eric Owen was a volunteer Fire Watcher during the Bristol Blitz and a trainee on the Arnold Scheme.

He survived a plane crash and friendly fire whilst a flying instructor and flew in eight bombing raids, including one of the last major raids of the war. Dr Owen’s well researched, partly fictionalised account of these events is richly illustrated with over 25 images, including 15 previously unpublished photographs taken by his father with a Brownie Box camera during his training in the US.Published to coincide with the 75th anniversary of the Bristol Blitz, Bristol Bomber Boy is the perfect Christmas gift for students of local history, aviation aficionados and military buffs.

10% of profits will be shared between The International Bomber Command Centre and The Bomber Command Memorial.Dr Robert Owen was born in Bristol in 1945 and lived there until his father rejoined the RAF in 1952. He has worked in business and as a university and college lecturer, and currently practises as a counselling psychologist.



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