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Memoris and Biographies
Author: Vincent Orange
ISBN: 1898697043
Subcategory: Leaders & Notable People
Pages 192 pages
Publisher Grub Street Publishing; First Edition edition (September 18, 2008)
Language English
Category: Memoris and Biographies
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Ensor's Endeavour book. A biography of Wing Commander Mick Ensor.

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Follow the daunting adventures of a U-Boat hunter in the North Atlantic during WWII and afterward participating in the humanitarian Berlin Airlift. Mick Ensor was a much decorated RAF and . About the Author: Orange was born in 1935, in Shildon, County Durham and was educated at St. Mary's Grammar School, in Darlington, and at Hull University. Orange served in the Royal Air Force from 1953 to 1956.

Ensor's Endeavour: A Biography of Wing Commander Mick Ensor, (Grub Street, May 1994). Straight and Level, (Grub Street, October 1993) with Kenneth Cross. Coningham: A Biography of Sir Arthur Coningham, (Methuen, February 1990). The Road to Biggin Hill, (Airlife, February 1987). Park: The Biography of Air Chief Marshal Sir Keith Park, (Methuen, August 1984). Churchill and His Airmen: Relationships, Intrigue and Policy Making 1914-1945, (Grub Street, March 2013).

By Orange, Vincent 1994, Grub Street, London ISBN 1898697043. Descripton: Mostly deals with his wartime experiences with coastal command and his attacks on U-boats, including the destruction of U-259.

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A biography of Wing Commander Mick Ensor. It describes his experiences during World War II as a U-Boat hunter and RAF commander, post-war as part of the Berlin Airlift, and his time with the US Navy during the Korean War. It also analyzes his struggle to come to terms with life outside the cockpit.
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Maechel Anthony 'Mick' Ensor was one of Coastal Command's top patrol-bomber pilots of World War II. Many Coastal Command crews flew entire tours without sighting let alone attacking U-boats. In an almost unbroken combat career from August 1941 to war's end, Ensor sank two U-boats, damaged several others and sank various Axis ships as well. For his efforts, he was awarded two DSOs and two DFCs. Vincent Orange details the life and career of this intrepid New Zealander.

Enlisting in the RNZAF in June 1940, Ensor eventually found himself flying Blenheims with 500 Squadron a year later. Thankfully, the woefully inadequate Bristol bomber was soon replaced by the rugged Lockheed Hudson bomber which bristled with machine guns and carried a lethal loadout of bombs or depth charges. Ensor, an aggressive yet analytical pilot, notched up the first U-boat attack by a 500 Squadron crew in April 1942. Transferred to the Med, he sank U-458 on 15 November 1942. Ensor's depth charges, dropped at ultra-low level, almost destroyed his aircraft. Flying a fatally damaged aircraft, Ensor nursed it back to Allied territory where the crew bailed out; two died. Ensor was soon on his way to Coastal Command HQ where he helped develop more effective tactics and weapons to use against the U-boats. By July 1943 he was back on the sharp end, this time flying B-24s with 224 Squadron in the U.K. On 5 May 1945, he sank U-579. Postwar he flew Avro Yorks in Transport Command, Coastal Command Neptunes and Shackletons and held various staff positions. Sadly, Ensor's postwar career was marred by problems with alcoholism.

Author Vincent Orange does a fine job of bringing Ensor's story to life. The narrative benefits from Orange having the full cooperation of Ensor, his family and some of his squadronmates. The portrait that emerges from this Grub Street volume is one of an aggressive, determined, skillful and well-respected individual and combat pilot. The book is illustarted with rare photographs from the family's archives.

Coastal Command has never gotten the credit it deserved for the important role it played in the Allied victory. Orange's book goes far in redressing that wrong, highlighting, as it does, the outstanding achievements of one of the Command's best aircraft commanders. Recommended.