BOOK REVIEW: The Man Who Saved Smithy

Australians love the story of Sir Charles Kingsford Smith, the man whose name is immortalised at Sydney airport. To many, he was simply "Smithy", a larrikin with a cheeky grin and a zest for living, famed for his 1928 crossing from California to Brisbane in his three-engined Fokker, the Southern Cross. It was an immense distance, and over water … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Man Who Saved Smithy