To the victor, the spoils — but also, after the end of World War Two in Europe, the job of dismantling Germany’s military might. The RAF was tasked with destroying the Luftwaffe’s aircraft and materiel, but also with seeing what could have been useful for a possible lengthy war against Japan. This is a previously unpublished first-hand story of one unit’s efforts in Norway, and its surprising degree of co-operation with the newly defeated enemy.

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