Exonian Richard Gilman publishes memoirs
Richard Gilman (1947, Geography) – a spitfire pilot during the Second World War – has published his memoirs, Angels Ten!
On 24 November 1941 Richard Gilman crashed his disabled Spitfire V-B at high speed into a mud bank near Shoreham Emergency Airport in Sussex. He was only 19 years old. The accident led to several operations, over a year of hospitalization and many more of recovery.
Angels Ten! takes the reader on an insightful journey through a collection of personal memoirs.
You can read more about the book on the publisher’s website.