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BC3 Junkers Ju 90
01784AVI
Third in this series which focuses on German aircraft of World War II. Each volume contains drawings and line profiles of the featured aircraft and its variants along with facsimiles of original documents, drawings and archive photographs. Modellers and historians alike will find this series of particular interest.
£12.99
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Beaufighter Ace. The Nightfighter Career2
51239AVI
The book, written by his son, is an account of his leadership of No 219 Night Fighter Squadron based at Tangmere in 1941. As CO of the squadron, he found enough time to fly operationally and during his 10 months with 219, he and his crew shot down five night-raiding Luftwaffe aircraft and damaged several more.
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Bomber Aircrew of World War II. True2
50666AVI
Aircrew on a bomber in WW II experienced a cold, tiring and perilous existence. The RAF heavy bomber flew at night when for many it did not seem prudent to think further ahead than the target. Daytime raids brought the fear of defending fighters preying on the massed formations of heavily laden aircraft as they struggled over enemy territory. This is their story.
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An Emotional Gauntlet. From life in Pe
51204AVI
The true story of a typical USAAF heavy bomber crew in Europe in World War II. The book explains how these very young men from different backgrounds, adjusted to military life and bonded into a crew that survived a tour of daylight raids over Nazi territory.
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Hurrican and Spitfire Pilots at War
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Including many first hand accounts, the author (who flew Hurricanes in WWII) examines these two outstanding British fighters and looks at the operation of them throughout Europe and the Middle and Far East throughout the World War II.
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Bomber Commander. Don Saville DSO,DFC
50925AVI
He was known affectionately as 'The Mad Aussie' and was reputed to have flown 10,000 flying hours. He was 15 or so years older than most of his aircrews and probably the oldest pilot in Bomber Command. At the time of his loss, he was on his third tour of operations. In 1936, at the age of 36, he volunteered for the RAF but was posted to the Ferry Pool Service. In 1941 he joined Bomber Command, joining No 456 RAAF Squadron flying Wellingtons. In 1942 he commanded Wellington squadron 104 in Egypt.
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Gun Camera Pacific
17585AVI
The powerful images of this book illustrate the air war over the Pacific from the unique, dramatic point of view of gun cameras mounted on Allied aircraft. The book contains many never-before-seen images from the missions that helped the war.
£16.99
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