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  1. BEYOND THE SPITFIRE BY RALPH PEGRAM
    £25.00

    Illustrated with a combination of layout drawings and impressive CGI renderings of Mitchell’s designs, this book is an insightful and indispensable addition to our understanding of the work of a man often called a genius.

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  2. HAYNES VICKERS WELLINGTON MANUAL PAPERBACK
    £12.99

    The twin-engine Vickers Wellington was one of the outstanding RAF bomber aircraft of the Second World War, as well as a capable maritime patrol aircraft and submarine hunter with Coastal Command. Centrepiece of this manual is Wellington Mk Ia, N2980, 'R' for Robert, one of only two surviving examples of the Wellington in the world and restored to display condition at the Brooklands Museum, Weybridge, Surrey.

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  3. HAYNES VICKERS BAC VC10 MANUAL
    £22.99

    Designed in the 1950s to operate on long-distance routes, the four-jet Vickers VC10 saw service with BOAC and eight other airlines from the 1960s to 1981.

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  4. HAYNES WESTLAND WESSEX MANUAL
    £30.00

    Wessex was one of the most versatile helicopters of the Cold War era.

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  5. LUFTWAFFE SECRET PROJECT OF THE 3RD REICH BOOKAZINE BY DAN SHARP
    £8.99

    Hundreds of thousands of classified documents were captured from Germany's aircraft manufacturers and aviation ministry at the end of the Second World War, including details of 'secret project' aircraft designs created by firms such as Arado, Gotha, Blohm & Voss, Messerschmitt and Focke-Wulf.

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  6. AVIATION CLASSICS BRITISH COLD WAR STORIES BOOKAZINE
    £7.99

    Within this volume you will find a collection of real-life stories concerning incidents, accidents, events, decisions, mistakes, oddities, arguments and above all beautiful British aircraft from the cold war period. Each of the 17 pieces comes with a guarantee of painstaking research carried out by some of the finest aviation historians working around the world today.

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  7. HAYNES D-DAY OPERATIONS MANUAL
    £25.00

    The landing of Allied forces on the shores of Normandy on 6 June 1944 was the greatest amphibious invasion in history.

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  8. RAF AIR TO AIR REFUELLING BY KEITH WILSON
    £16.99

    Once man had mastered the ability to fly, there came the desire to fly faster, higher and further with increased payloads. Some of the earliest experiments with air-to-air refuelling occurred in the 1920s and as long-distance record attempts progressed, Alan Cobham was in the thick of it. Cobham would later revolutionise air-to-air refuelling, initially with the ‘Grapple-line looped-hose’ system, along with the formation of Flight Refuelling Limited (FRL).

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  9. HISTORY OF AIR WARFARE: FROM WORLD WAR I TO PRESENT DAY
    £19.99

    No single human invention has altered the nature of war more than the airplane. The History of Air Warfare charts these changes, from the earliest unpowered hot-air balloons through the many technological advances in aerodynamics, propulsion, radar, and the use of composites and engineered materials such as carbon fibre.

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