Military Bi-Plane Era 1903-35

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Famous Airplanes 5009 Fokker D.VII Kaise
37679AVI
This book looks at the history, construction and development of the Fokker D.VII and contains a lengthy section on building the 1:32 Wingnut Wings Fokker D.VII Diorama
£17.99
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Images of War The French Air Force i
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A photographic history depicting the fighter Aces who played a leading role alongside the less well-known branches of the service, the bomber and reconnaissance pilots and the variety of primitive warplanes they flew.
£14.99
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Undarkened Skies : The American Aircra
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This book examines the history of American aircraft manufacturing during the latter years of the First World War, in addition to investigating the causal factors of America’s lack of progress in the air.
£20.00
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The Great War''s Finest.  An Opera
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The first detailed operational history of the German Air Service during the Great War (1914–1918), the first war in the air. This volume looks at the creation, organisation, and operational history of the Fliegertruppe over the Western Front in 1914 and includes a unique narrative that explains the relationship between German air and ground forces and the Fliegertruppe’s dramatic impact on the epic battles of the Western Front in 1914.
£59.99
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DFW Aircraft of WWI
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This book describes and illustrates all DFW aircraft of WWI including the little-known DFW C.I, C.II, and C.IV are shown in unit service for the first time
£52.99
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Building the Wingnut Wings Sopwith Camel
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Special edition modeller's guide to building the Wingnut Wings Sopwith Camel which includes bonus material on the German LVG C.VI.
£26.00
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Polish Wings 23: 303 Squadron North
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This book tells the story of No. 303 Squadron, the only Polish unit equipped with the Mustang IV, as the bubble-top P-51D and P-51K were known collectively to the RAF. Between April 1945 and December 1946, the squadron used a total of 29 of these aircraft, plus six Mustang 1s as hacks.
£15.00
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Phoenix, A Complete History Of The L
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Volume 2: The Phoenix Matures 1935-1937 Covers the early years of post-Reichswehr development from March 1935. Key studies include: the formation of the Flakartillerie, the Luftwaffe General Staff, Luftwaffe uniforms, the construction programme of 1935-39, the development and production of new combat aircraft and weapons, flying training, the Luftwaffen-Reserve, the supply organisation, the development of the Regiment General Goring and the re-militarisation of the Rhineland.
£59.95
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British Post-War Airliners : A History
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This book is split into two chapters firstly covering some 67 types of British commercial aircraft built after WWII. Includes in depth coverage including drawings, specifications and photographs. A second section looks at unfulfilled design projects
£30.00
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The Zeppelin An Illustrated History
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A brief history of the giant Zeppelin airship containing hundreds of captioned colour and black and white photos.
£14.99
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AIR Modeller''s Guide to Wingnut Win
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This publication is the 2nd in a series of books showcasing a number of different kit builds that detail the methods and materials used to achieve stunning models. It showcases a selection of builds of the stunningly high detailed kits available from New Zealand based brand Wingnut Wings
£25.00
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The Royal Navy''s Air Service in t
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In a few short years after 1914 the Royal Navy practically invented naval air warfare, not only producing the first effective aircraft carriers, but also pioneering most of the techniques and tactics that made naval air power a reality. By 1918 the RN was so far ahead of other navies that a US Navy observer sent to study the British use of aircraft at sea concluded that any discussion of the subject must first consider their methods. This book covers the operational and technical achievements of the Royal Naval Air Service, both at sea and ashore, from 1914 to 1918. Detailed explanations of operations, the technology that underpinned them and the people who carried them out bring into sharp focus a revolutionary period of development that changed naval warfare forever.
£35.00
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Albatros Aircraft of WW1 Volume 2 Late
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This is the first of three volumes that describe and illustrate the development of Albatros Aircraft of WWI. Volume 2 covers the Albatros C.V through to the C.XV
£49.99
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Albatros Aircraft of WW1 Volume 1 Earl
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This is the first of three volumes that describe and illustrate the development of Albatros Aircraft of WWI. Volume 1 covers pre-war Albatros aircraft, all Albatros B-types, and Albatros C-types to the C.IV. It also covers the rare Albatros (OAW) C.I and C.II with previously unpublished photographs
£49.99
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Russian Aviation Colours 1909-1922 Camoufl
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This book describes the history of the little-known emblems and distinctive markings of Russian Military Aviation from its early origins to the exit of Russian from WWI. Covers all the aircraft used with brief details of their service use and detail of the colours and markings carried.
£40.00
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