1 A Difficult Birth, 2 Into Service, 3 First Operations, 4 Catastrophe, 5 A Faltering Return, 6 Against the Battlecruisers, 7 New Tactics-New Owners, 8 The Thousand Raids, 9 Second-line Service, 10 Reckoning, Appendix I Manchester Evaders Reports, Appendix II Manchester Units, Appendix III Sortie and Dispatch Statistics, Appendix IV Aircraft Losses by Unit, Appendix V Individual Aircraft Histories, Bibliography, Index
Dr. Robert Kirby has spent many years researching the Avro Manchester, and this book is the result of his continued work, following its original publication in 1995. He lives in Taunton in Somerset.
"offers anecdotes from former crew members about harrowing ordeals over enemy territory, as well as flying the unreliable bomber in non combat situations. This is undoubtedly the definitive history of its less than legendary subject and it's a must for those interested in reading about the challenges that the bomber command faced"-- "Aviation History"