Churchill's Liberator Transport "Commando"

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Winston Churchill's luggage being unloaded from "Commando", his personal Liberator II transport aircraft, after the Casablanca Conference of January 1943. At this point the aircraft still resembled a standard B-24, but it was later modified with a solid nose and single fin. The aircraft was lost during March 1945 while flying to the United States. The aircraft was originally accepted as Liberator II AL504 in August 1941
 Consolidated B-24 Liberator (Crowood Aviation), Martin W. Bowman. A well balanced book that begins with a look at the development history of the B-24, before spending nine out of its ten chapters looking at the combat career of the aircraft in the USAAF, the US Navy and the RAF. cover cover cover
How to cite this article: Rickard, J (5 February 2008), Churchill's Liberator Transport "Commando", http://www.historyofwar.org/Pictures/pictures_liberator_II_Commando.html

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