Suffolk, became home for many American airmen during the War. They brought with them chewing gum and coke. In return the British taught the GIs the art of darts and dominos when the newcomers ventured into English pubs. This book examines the meeting of cultures. USAAF Missions are included to show what desperate times these were for the airmen.
Peter W. Bodle FRAeS has so far had almost twenty biographies and aviation history published. Bodle was a light aircraft pilot for almost twenty-five years and is married with four children and an ever growing number of grandchildren and great grandchildren.Roy Brazier is a history and sports writer with an excellent track record, with books on Tottenham Hotspur, plus speedway publications. The history of his own town and other related books followed. A native of Essex, now residing in Suffolk, and recently awarded the Freedom of Haverhill for his contributions to Sport and History in the town. Chairman and Trustee of the Haverhill Local History Group and editor of the Haverhill Historian, with over twenty books to his name. He has contributed articles for the Essex Countryside and This England magazine