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  1. AEROFILMS - BRITAIN FROM ABOVE
    £25.00

    Aerofilms Ltd was born on 9 May 1919. An unprecedented business venture, it hoped to marry the still fledgling technology of powered flight to the discipline of photography.

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  2. FIGHTER ACE - EXTRAORDINARY LIFE DOUGLAS BADER BY DILIP SARKAR
    £9.99

    The story of Douglas Bader, the RAF fighter pilot who shot down twenty enemy fighters during the Second World War despite having lost both his legs, defies fiction.

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  3. AVRO BY HARRY HOLMES
    £19.99

    The story of A.V. Roe and Company Ltd (Avro) begins in the very earliest years of aviation, only a few years after man’s first powered flight.

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  4. THE WARTIME HOUSEWIFE
    £11.99

    By Biff Raven-Hill

    The Wartime Housewife will bring old fashioned values and skills to our very modern world! In this book, she shares recipes and tips on budgeting, repairing things, mending and scavenging; ideas for the school holidays, outings, gardening, DIY, sewing and craft; and anything else that might prove useful in your daily life.

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  5. FULL CIRCLE
    £14.95

    The long way home from Canada The final book of the trilogy. Ulrich is back in custody and describes life behind barbed wire culminating in his fifth and final bid to get back to Germany.

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  6. VICTOR BOYS BY TONY BLACKMAN
    £20.00

    The Handley Page Victor was the third of the three V Bombers and the most long lasting, serving in the RAF until 1993, and still doing invaluable service in the first Iraq war.

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  7. ENEMY COAST AHEAD BY GUY GIBSON
    £7.95

    First published in 1944, Guy Gibson’s Enemy Coast Ahead quickly became regarded as the classic Bomber Command boo

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  8. HAUNTED PLACES OF SHROPSHIRE
    £6.99

    An illustrated collection of ghostly tales from around the county, likely to unsettle even the most sceptical of readers.

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  9. CHURCHILL'S FOLLY BY ANTHONY ROGERS
    £18.99

    In autumn 1943 the Italian-held Dodecanese was the setting for the last decisive German invasion of the Second World War – and the last irreversible British defeat. After the Italian armistice that followed the downfall of Mussolini, Churchill seized the opportunity to open a new front in the eastern Mediterranean, thereby increasing the pressure against Germany and hoping to provide an incentive for Turkey to join the Allies.

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