“By 5.50 it was really light outside. We had lost our lead ship, but Lieutenant Godfrey, our navigator, informs me that we had arranged for that contingency. We have an assembly point in the sky above the little island of Yakushima, southeast of Kyushu at 9.10. We are to circle there and wait for the rest of the formation.
Our genial bombardier, Lieutenant Levy, comes over to invite me to take his front-row seat in the transparent nose of the ship, and I accept eagerly. From that vantage point in space,
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Publication information: Book title: Hiding in the Light: On Images and Things. Contributors: Dick Hebdige - Author. Publisher: Routledge. Place of publication: London. Publication year: 2002. Page number: 227.
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