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Egal aerobatic trick His injuries were so bad that surgeons were forced to amputate both his legs to save his life Douglas Bader did not fly again until the outbreak of the Second World War when his undoubted skill in the air was enough to convince a desperate air force to give him his own suadron The rest of his story is the stuff of legend Flying Hurricanes in t

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Reach for the SkyStory of Douglas Bader DSO DFC Cassell Military PaperbacksIn 1931 at the age of 21 Douglas Bader was the golden boy of the RAF Excelling in everything he did he represented the Royal Air Force in aerobatics displays played rugby for Harleuins and was tipped to be the next England fly half But one afternoon in December all his ambitions came to an abrupt end when he crashed his plane doing a particularly difficult and ill