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New updated edition available:
Journeys into Night by Don Charlwood (3rd edition, 2013)

The second book of the author's autobiography, Journeys into Night covers the years 1939 to 1945 – the years of WWII. The author's Bomber Command experiences and those of the 19 men with whom he trained, are related in such detail that this book is much more than a memoir.

"Journeys into Night is notable for the clarity and power of its writing. Don Charlwood's wartime experiences – travelling overseas, training, the tedium and terror of ops – are recreated in vivid and moving detail." (Professor Elizabeth Webby).

Winner of the Fellowship of Australian Writers (Vic) Christina Stead Award in 1991 and winner of the Fellowship of Australian Writers (Vic) Herb Thomas Award for biography, autobiography or memoir, also in 1991.

292 pages, new author’s note, photos (b&w), two appendices, index. AUD $26.95 plus freight.

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Previous edition still available:
Journeys into Night
by Don Charlwood
(2nd edition 2005)

The second book of the author's autobiography, Journeys into Night covers the years 1939 to 1945 – the years of WWII. The author's Bomber Command experiences and those of the 19 men with whom he trained, are related in such detail that this book is much more than a memoir. 

"Journeys into Night is notable for the clarity and power of its writing. Don Charlwood's wartime experiences – travelling overseas, training, the tedium and terror of ops – are recreated in vivid and moving detail." (Professor Elizabeth Webby). 

Winner of the Fellowship of Australian Writers (Vic) Christina Stead Award in 1991 and winner of the Fellowship of Australian Writers (Vic) Herb Thomas Award for biography, autobiography or memoir, also in 1991.

272 pages, author's note, photos (black and white), index.
AUD $12.95 plus freight.

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No Moon Tonight by Don Charlwood (Published by Goodall, Crecy Publishing, Manchester, England, 2nd Goodall Edition, 2000)

A memoir of Bomber Command during World War Two, this book has been described as an elegy to the men who served and those who lost their lives. It is a deeply personal and vivid depiction of the experiences shared by many young men. "No one will be able to read No Moon Tonight without being deeply moved. No finer requiem has been said for the dead of Bomber Command." (Manchester Evening News). No Moon Tonight has been constantly in print since it was first published in 1956.

Paperback; 224 pages; photos (B&W); foreword by Don Bennett - leader of the Pathfinders; glossary. AUD $26.95 plus freight.

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