James McCudden was one of Great Britain’s most brilliant flying aces.
From September 1916 until his death in July 1918 he shot down fifty-seven German planes.
Flying Fury is his remarkable story, written a few months before his last flight, and records in fascinating detail the life of a World War One fighter pilot ace.
McCudden’s account provides fascinating insight into the development of aerial warfare. He began his life with the Royal Flying Corps in 1913 as a engine-fitter and records…