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Vichy Air Force at War: The French Air Force That Fought The Allies in World War II

by Diane Canwell & Jon Sutherland

At the beginning of World War II the French faced the German invasion with 4,360 modern combat aircraft and 790 new machines currently arriving from French and American factories each month. When the phony war...


Surviving Fighter Aircraft of World War Two: Fighters: A Globel Guide to Location and Types

by Don Berliner

This is a guide to the existing WWII aircraft to be found in aviation museums throughout the world. Each DPS contains a colour photo of an example of the aircraft as viewed in an aviation museum, examples of...


Nijmegen: U.S. 82nd Airborne Division - 1944

by Tim Saunders

The 82nd Airborne Division fought some of its most desperate battles in support of the British landings at Arnhem, yet these actions are little known today.. All of the units, personalities and actions of this...


Maginot Line: History and Guide

by J.E. Kaufmann, H.W. Kaufmann & A. Jankovi?-Poto?nik

The Maginot Line, the complex system of strongpoints constructed between the world wars by the French to protect against attack from Germany, is one of the most famous, extensive and controversial defensive...


A Tour of the Arnhem Battlefields

by John Waddy

Although the Battle of Arnhem was fought over sixty years ago. It still evokes such interest that it would seem to rank with the great victories of Agincourt, Trafalgar, Waterloo and the Battle of Britain, all...


Fighter Bases in World War 2 - Airbases of 12 Group: Lincolnshire, Norfolk, Yorkshire, Northamptonshire

by Martin Bowman

As part of the Aviation Heritage Trail series, this book covers airfields in Lincolnshire, Norfolk, Yorkshire and Northamptonshire. 12 Group was formed in 1937 within Fighter Command to become responsible for...


Through the Eyes of the World's Fighter Aces: The Greatest Fighter Pilots of World War Two

by Robert Jackson

This is the story of the fighter aces who flew throughout the war in many different operational theatres. The book opens with the first Polish Aces during the German invasion and continues with Finland's pilots...


T-34 in Action

by Artem Drabkin

The Soviet T-34 medium tank was one of the most famous and effective fighting vehicles of the Second World War. Along with the German Tiger and the American Sherman, it was a milestone in tank design that changed...


Operation Varsity: The British and Canadian Airborne Crossing of the Rhine

by Tim Saunders

In Spring 1945 the outcome of the war was ritually certain but the mighty River Rhine still stood in the way of the Allies. Eisenhower's strategy was to guarantee a crossing in the Ruhr area by allocating the...


Red Sky in the Morning: The Battle of the Barants Sea 1942

by Michael Pearson

The Arctic convoys that sailed through the cold malevolent waters of the Barents Sea ran the gauntlet of German air and sea attacks as they struggled to transport vital supplies to Britain's Russian allies....


North-West Aircraft Wrecks: New Insights into Dramatic Last Flights

by Nick Wotherspoon

This is a different approach to Aviation Archaeology. The book includes 18 crash sites and each chapter includes a description of how the incident occurred and the reasons behind the crash. Copious notes then...


Operation Neptune

by BB Schofield

In this timeless book, Vice Admiral Schofield describes the great events of June 1944 which, as Captain of HMS Dryad, the Royal Naval shore establishment which housed General Dwight Eisenhower's Supreme Allied...


Monty's Highlanders: 51st Highland Division in the Second World War

by Patrick Delaforce

The 51st Highland Division was the most famous infantry division that fought with the British Army in WW2. It was the only infantry division in the armies of the British Empire that accompanied Monty from during...


In Action With the Sas: A Soldiers Odyssey from Dunkirk to Berlin

by Roy Close

Roy Close's wartime experiences make breathtaking reading. Mobilized in 1939 he became part of the BEF and was fortunate to avoid death or captivity during the German blitzkrieg and escape through Dunkirk. Sent...


Campaigns of Alexander of Tunis 1940 - 1945

by Adrian Stewart

Alex, as he was known whether by Prime Ministers or the rank-and-file, was a legendary figure. A hero from the Great War he saw active service in Russia in 1919 - 20 and against the Pathans on the North West...


Fly By Nights: Navigating RAF Lancasters in 1944 -5

by Donald Feesey

At the age of eighteen Don Feesey volunteered for pilot training with the RAF. Having almost completed his course to become a fighter pilot, an eye problem was detected and he was switched to navigational training....


Operation Mercury: The Fall of Crete 1941

by John Sadler

Unlike the few other books written on the catastrophic fall of Crete in May 1941, this book concentrates on the military actions between the first German paratroop landing on 20 May and the final defeat and...


Bomber Squadron No 7: The World War II Record

by Tom Docherty

This is the story of one of the RAF's oldest and most distinguished heavy bomber squadrons in WW2, although an outline history of the unit since it was formed in WW1 and its post-war history are included. It...


Cherbourg: Battleground WW2

by Andrew Rawson

Following the landings in Normandy, one of the Allies main concerns was how to supply the expanding beachhead. Having cut off the Cotentin peninsula, General Bradley turned his attentions to the port of Cherbourg,...


In Presence of My Foes: From Calais to Colditz via the Polish Underground - The Travels and Travails of a POW

by Gris Davies-Scourfield

This is a wartime escape memoir that ranks with the finest. Seriously wounded and captured at Calais, the Author recovered to escape from his POW camp in a load of rubbish. He was on the run thanks to the Polish...