'Green Balls': The Adventures of a Night-Bomber
by Paul Bewsher
Publisher: William Blackwood and Sons 1919
I have tried faithfully to describe the sensations, the strange inexplicable fears, the equally inexplicable fearlessness, of a desk-bound London youth, pitchforked in a moment into the turmoil of war, and into a hitherto unknown, untried occupation -- bombing at night from the air.
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