Three Steps To Victory, A Personal Account of Radar’s Greatest Pioneer by Sir Robert Watson-Watt. 1957, Odhams Press Limited, Long Acre London, hard back, dj, 480 pages with index. In this book the author tells the behind the scenes story of how Radar originated. He recounts the desperate race against time to ring Britain with a radar network before Hitler struck Europe; the early difficulties and failures; the problems of training service personnel; the importance of the human factor. He reviews the procession of fascinating inventions that helped win the war. This is a fascinating book and should be a great addition to your library.
Approximate size of book and weight. All books with be shipped Media Mail, but
we still need to know if it is oversized or extremely heavy.
Dimensions: 2” x 6” x 9” inches Weight: 1 pound 10 ounces