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Five of the Many: Survivors of the Bomber Command Offensive from the Battle of Britain to Victory Tell their Story

by Steve Darlow

Five of the Many follows the fascinating exploits of five of RAF Bomber Command's distinguished airmen. The enthralling stories of Wellington pilot Rupert Cooling, Wellington and Mosquito pilot Jack Goodman,...


Mission Accomplished: The Engaging Memoir of a Czech Fighter Pilot Flying for Britain in World War Two

by Frank Mares

Appalled at the German occupation of his homeland in 1939, Frank Mares determined to assist his country in their battle for freedom in the only way he could - as a fighter pilot. Unable to do so from Czechoslovakia...


Faster Than The Sun: The Compelling Story of a Record-breaking Test Pilot

by Peter Twiss (OBE DSC and BAR)

This autobiography of Peter Twiss, the man who flew 1000mph for the first time in history, tells the story of the record-breaking Fairey Delta. It describes the vast organization necessary for the record bid,...


Master Bombers: The Experiences of a Pathfinder Squadron at War, 1942-1945

by Sean Feast

The Pathfinders were the corps d'elite of Bomber Command, the command that led the fight against Germany even before the fall of France. Pathfinder crews consisted of members who had flown a minimum of 45 operational...


TEST PILOT

by Neville Duke (DSO OBE DFC & 2 bars)

Joining the RAF at the beginning of the war, he found himself as a young fighter pilot with the crack 92 Squadron at RAF Biggin Hill, in 1941. That spring and summer he survived the air battles over Northern...


RAF Duxford: A History in Photographs from 1917 to the Present Day

by Richard Smith

Established in 1917 to train Royal Flying Corps aircrew, during WWI Duxford was also the base for two United States Aero Squadrons, 137 and 159, and by the end was a mobilization airfield for three DH9 day bomber...


Bader's Last Fight: An In-Depth Investigation of a Great WWII Mystery

by Andy Saunders

On 9th August 1941 one of the greatest icons of the Second World War, Douglas Bader, was shot down, captured and later incarcerated. But by whom, and how? Was it by one of his deadly German opponents, as Douglas...


From North Africa to the Arakan: The Engrossing Memoir of WWII Spitfire Ace Alan McGregor Peart DFC, RNZAF

by Alan Peart

Alan Peart was born in Nelson, New Zealand. Joining 610 Squadron on completion of training, he served against the Germans and then the Japanese. Operating from 'Broadway' airstrip, his was the only spitfire...


Park: The Biography of Air Chief Marshall Sir Keith Park, GCB, KBE, MC, DFC, DCL

by Vincent Orange

If ever any one man won the Battle of Britain, he did. I don't believe it is realized how much that one man, with his leadership, his calm judgement and his skill, did to save not only this country, but the...


Separate Little War: The Banff Coastal Command Strike Wing Versus the Kriegsmarine and Luftwaffe 1944-1945

by Andrew Bird

Every day for nine months from September 1944 to the end of the war, young British, Commonwealth and Norwegian airmen flew from Banff aerodrome in northern Scotland in their Mosquitoes and Beaufighters to target...


Stapme: The Biography of Squadron Leader Basil Gerald Stapleton DFC, Dutch Flying Cross

by David Ross

Gerald Stapleton was born in Durban, South Africa in 1920. In January 1939 he took up a short service commission in the RAF and eventually joined 603 (City of Edinburgh) Squadron in December 1939, prior to becoming...


Hornchurch Offensive: The Definitive Account of the RAF Fighter Airfield, Its Pilots, Groundcrew and Staff: 1941 to the Airfield's Final Closure

by Richard Smith

Volume Two of this fascinating study of an airfield and its pilots starts just after the Battle of Britain when Hornchurch was at the forefront in taking the fight to the enemy, being heavily involved in the...


Shot Down in Flames: A World War II Fighter Pilot's Remarkable Tale of Survival

by Geoffrey Page

During the Battle of Britain, Geoffrey Page was shot down into the English Channel, causing him to suffer severe burns. This autobiography tells of his wartime exploits and the effect of his injuries, as well...


Collecting Colditz: A Unique Pictorial Record of Life Behind the Walls

by Michael Booker

Over forty years of research has resulted in this exceptional photographic history of life within Colditz Castle, the infamous Second World War prisoner of war camp in Germany, which housed such illustrious...


Air War for Burma: The Concluding Volume of The Bloody Shambles Series. The Allied Air Forces Fight Back in South-East Asia 1942-1945

by Christopher Shores

In his monumental work Bloody Shambles, Volume Two, Christopher Shores described in detail the British retreat out of Burma, culminating at the end of May 1942. The monsoon then brought operations on land and...


Julius Buckler: Malaula! The Battle Cry of Jasta 17

by Norman Franks

This important work was first published in German in late 1939, no doubt timed to impress the young Luftwaffe fighter pilots who were embarking on the second major air war in history. Buckler initially served...


No Place for Chivalry: RAF Night Fighters Defend the East of England Against the German Air Force in Two World Wars

by Alastair Goodrum

Night fighting in the air is a devious and clandestine form of mortal combat. In the blackness of night, success goes to the resolute hunter who stalks his prey unseen, and strikes from behind, swiftly and mercilessly....


Heroic Endeavour: The Remarkable Story of One Pathfinder Force Attack, a Victoria Cross and 206 Brave Men

by Sean Feast

It is 23rd December 1944 and a heroic yet dreadful action is about to take place over Cologne, involving the bravest of the brave - The Pathfinder Force. In the log book of one of that force, Flight Sergeant...


Air Battle for Dunkirk: 26 May - 3 June 1940

by Norman Franks

'Where is the RAF?' was the oft-quoted question asked by soldiers waiting on the beach at Dunkirk, to where they had retreated following the German blitzkrieg through northern France, and where they were now...


Australian Hawk Over the Western Front: A Biography of Major R S Dallas DSO, DSC, C de G avec Palme

by Adrian Hellwig

Major Roderick Dallas is Australia's leading air ace of all time and, with fifty victories, also one of the highest-scoring Commonwealth aces. Even so, until this excellently researched volume, there has never...