Michael Crossley

Wing Commander Michael Nicholson Crossley, (20 May 1912 – 7 December 1987) was a Royal Air Force flying ace who, during the Second World War, led No. 32 Squadron RAF in the Battle of Britain. Crossley shot down 20 enemy aircraft and shared in the destruction of two others with one 'probable' and one 'damaged'. All of his victories were scored in the Hawker Hurricane. Provided by Wikipedia

by Crossley, Michael
Published 2015
Bloomsbury Academic