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  1. THE SECOND WORLD WAR GUIDE TO AIRCRAFT IDENTIFICATION BOOK
    £12.99

    Reprinted from a 1944 manual by the US War Department issued to soldiers as a handbook for use during the Second World War, including an extended introduction setting the vehicle in its context.

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  2. BATTLE OF BRITAIN 1940 THE LUFTWAFFE EAGLE ATTACK
    £14.99

    In August 1940, the Luftwaffe began an operation to destroy or neutralize RAF Fighter Command, and enable Hitler to invade Britain that autumn.

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  3. Spitfire 1939 Sales Brochure Facsimile
    £15.00

    A facsimile of a Supermarine Spitfire 1939 export sales brochure, originally produced to sell Spitfires to the French. Complete with diagrams, photographs and particulars, this beautiful booklet is a must for any Spitfire fan.

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  4. HOW TO FLY A BATTLE OF BRITAIN FIGHTER
    £10.99

    Find out how a pilot was instructed in flying a Battle of Britain fighter, using the original Pilot's Notes for the Supermarine Spitfire and Hawker Hurricane, as well as Air Ministry flying notes on captured Messerschmitt Bf 109s.

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  5. SPITFIRE ACE OF ACES BY DILIP SARKAR
    £12.99

    Johnnie Johnson is a character literally straight out of the pages of ' Boys Own'. By the end of the Second World War the RAF Spitfire pilot was a household name in Britain, feted by Churchill and Eisenhower. Although he missed the Battle of Britain, when slow- flying bombers were abundant and easy targets for fighters, by 1945 he had notched up 381/2 enemy 'kills' - all fighters, which took far more skill to shoot down - and was officially the RAF's top-scoring fighter ace.

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  6. SHROPSHIRE AIRFIELDS THROUGH TIME BY ALEC BREW
    £14.99

    Though there were airfields in Shropshire during the First World War, at Shawbury, Tern Hill and Monkmoor, it was in the late 1930s that a massive building programme began to dot the county with new RAF airfields, mostly for training purposes, until there were over sixteen - in some cases they were so close together that their circuits overlapped.

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  7. ENEMY COAST AHEAD - UNCENSORED
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    £10.95

    First published in 1944, Enemy Coast Ahead combines Gibson's RAF career, including the famous Dambuster raid which he himself led, with the inside story of life in Bomber Command and is still a riveting read 

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  8. ATLANTIC AND ITS ENEMIES A HISTORY OF THE COLD WAR
    £16.99

    Those who survived the Second World War stared out onto a devastated, morally ruined world. Much of Europe and Asia had been so ravaged that it was unclear whether any form of normal life could ever be established again. Everywhere the 'Atlantic' world (the USA, Britain and a handful of allies) was on the defensive and its enemies on the move.

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  9. BATTLE OF BRITAIN POCKET MANUAL
    £11.99

    In the summer of 1940, Britain stood alone. For three long months, brave young RAF pilots took off every day, ready to defend British skies against large-scale Luftwaffe raide. 'The Few' were young, but they were trained and they were determined. Eighty years on the last of the pilots to fly in the Battle of Britain are feted, and their part in World War II is widely remembered.

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