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  1. THE LANCASTER BOMBER POCKET MANUAL 1941-45
    £8.99

    The Avro Lancaster was the RAF's most famous and successful heavy bomber of the Second World War. Used predominantly at night, 'Lancs' dropped 608,612 tons of bombs in 156,000 sorties in the period 1942-1945.

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  2. THE LOCKHEED C-130 HERCULES DVD
    £10.00

    The Lockheed C-130 Hercules is a four-engine turboprop military transport aircraft designed and built originally by Lockheed.

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  3. TESTING TORNADO BY J DAVID EAGLES AFC
    £16.99

    It was early Cold War days when 17-year-old David Eagles applied to the Fleet Air Arm hoping to be a fighter pilot for his national service. He little imagined the career that would follow.

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  4. FLIGHT THE COMPLETE HISTORY OF AVIATION BY DK
    £19.99

    From the Wright brothers' first powered flight, to Concorde's final voyage and the tragic crash of the Columbia, Flight takes you on a sky-high journey through the history of aviation.

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  5. PROPLINERS OF THE WORLD PART 2
    £12.95

    Propliners of the World Part 2 by Gerry Manning

    Part 2 Includes water bombers, cargo and South American operations.

    Includes the water bombing Convair CV 580 and Lockheed P-2 Neptune through the cargo hauling Curtiss C-46, Douglas DC-4 and Russian-built Antonov AN-12 to South America’s enduring pleasure flight DC-3s and Antonov AN-32s.

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  6. PROPLINERS OF THE WORLD PART 1
    £12.95

    Covers 75 years of the Douglas DC-3 and its turboprop conversions through de Havilland Canada’s ageless pair of Beaver 18 and Twin Otter to classic aircraft such as the Douglas DC-7 and German-built Junkers Ju.52.

     

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  7. THE BIG BOOK OF FLIGHT BY ROWLAND WHITE
    £15.00

    An entertaining and utterly engaging celebration of everything worth knowing about the world of flight – and more.

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  8. MILES M.52 BY TONY BUTTLER
    £24.95

    As early as 1943 it became apparent that supersonic flight might be an achievable goal – but not for the propeller-driven aircraft of the day. Spurred on by secret intelligence of a German supersonic long-range bomber project, work began on a British secret research aircraft that would potentially be the first manned aircraft to break through the ‘sound barrier’. 

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  9. FRENCH SECRETS PROJECT 1
    £27.50

    Following World War II France made determined efforts to catch-up with other countries in developing high-performance aircraft and designed successful machines to fulfil the needs of the Armée de l’Air, the Marine Nationale and compete in export markets. 

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