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  1. The Polish Few By Peter Sikora
    £30.00

    They came to fight for freedom and their country, they came to fight Germans. Men of the Polish Air Force, who had escaped first to France and then to Britain, to fly alongside the Royal Air Force just as Fighter Command faced its greatest challenge – the Battle of Britain.

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  2. Women In the First World War - Shire Library
    £7.99

    The First World War brought about dramatic changes in the role of women in British society. Suffragettes gave up their militant protests to support the war effort, and from the moment war broke out women were ready to help.

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  3. 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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  4. Women In The Second World War - Britain's Heritage
    £8.99

    Women in the Second World War explores the varied roles taken up by women in both military and civilian services during the conflict from the Women's Land Army, Civil Defence and Fire Service to uniformed services such as the Women's Transport Service, F.A.N.Y., Auxiliary Territorial Service, Women's Auxiliary Air Force and Women's Royal Naval Service 'Wrens.' The story of women on the Home Front 'doing their bit' in shipyards and factories is also included.

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  5. Magnificent Women And Flying Machines by Sally Smith
    £20.00

    'This lovely book offers a welcome and enjoyable read and provides a timely testament for these unsung pioneers of aviation.'

    Maggie Appleton MBE, Chief Executive Officer, RAF Museum

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  6. First Colouring Book Airport By Usborne
    £3.99

    Take a trip through the airport and into the sky with this activity book for little children. Scenes include boarding a plane, take off, what happens during the flight and baggage reclaim. The backgrounds are already coloured in, so children can focus on the fun parts. Essential packing for a journey or holiday.

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  7. Haynes Falklands War Manual
    £22.99

    The Haynes Falklands War Operations Manual looks at the planning and logistics that made the whole operation possible.

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  8. The Boy at the Top of the Mountain by John Boyne
    £7.99

    When Pierrot becomes an orphan, he must leave his home in Paris for a new life with his Aunt Beatrix, a servant in a wealthy household at the top of the German mountains. 

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  9. Airport Sticker Colouring Book by Simom Tudhope
    £7.99

    This fun-packed book is a perfect way to introduce youngchildren to the exciting world of air travel. Children will enjoy colouring thelively scenes and be fascinated by all the different stickers of planes,people, and other things you see at the airport.

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  10. Wipe Clean Airport Activities
    £5.99

    Young children need plenty of practice in pen-control - an essential skill they must learn before starting to form letters and numbers. This fun book is full of airport-themed activities, encouraging children to join dots, spot differences, solve mazes, match objects and trace dotted lines with the special pen provided, then wipe clean and repeat.

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  11. The History of The RAF For Children by Fj Beerling
    £6.99
    To celebrate, this delightful and insightful children's book is packed full of it's history. Learn More
  12. Overlord D-Day And The Battle of Normandy
    £30.00

    6th June 1944: the date that marked the beginning of the end of the war in north-west Europe, and the day on which the liberation of France began.

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