In today’s blog post, I will be discussing and reviewing a new book being released today on June 8th, 2021 called Above The Reich by Colin Heaton & Anne-Marie Lewis. I was lucky enough to receive a pre-released copy for free from Random Penguin House agency Dutton Caliber for an honest review. The book was very enlightening and informative.
Strapped into his P-51 fighter, Charles Yeager was ready for his mission to attack targets in the Bordeaux area of France. He was twenty-one years old and already had three months’ experience in combat managing to shoot down two German aircraft. On this day his luck was to change. He occupied the “tail end Charlie” position of his four-plane flight.
Today in History on March 24th, 1603: Queen Elizabeth I of England died at Richmond Palace in London. The last days of Elizabeth saw her in a great depression due to the death of Catherine Carey, Countess of Nottingham, the niece of her cousin and close friend Lady Knollys. This was a massive blow to Queen Elizabeth’s heart, leaving her grief stricken.