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  1. KEEP CALM & CARRY ON
    £4.99

    Keep Calm and Carry On was a WWII government poster discovered in a dusty box nine years ago.

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  2. BREACHING THE GERMAN DAMS
    £6.00

    This book uncovers elements of hidden history crucial to the success of 617 Squadron’s attack on the German Dams in May 1943. 

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  3. PEARL HARBOR 75TH ANNIVERSARY BOOKAZINE
    £7.99

    On December 7, 1941, the Imperial Japanese Navy launched a devastating surprise attack on the US naval base in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, leaving 2403 Americans dead and more than 1000 wounded. 

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  4. NO MOON TONIGHT
    £7.99

    A Bomber Command classic depicting the deep feelings associated with the human cost of the air war in World War II.

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  5. SIGH FOR A MERLIN
    £10.95

    The enthralling account of Alex Henshaw’s life with the Spitfire.

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  6. BUILDING THE P-51 MUSTANG
    £23.99

    The P-51 Mustang holds a fascination unlike any other World War II aircraft, and countless books have been written about nearly every aspect of the Mustang's colourful history. 

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  7. SPITFIRE THE LEGEND LIVES ON
    £30.00

    The Spitfire turns 80 on 5 March 2016, and the passion for the RAF's best-loved fighter is running at an all-time high. 

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  8. LUFTWAFFE SECRET BOMBERS OF THE THRID REICH BOOKAZINE
    £6.99

    Dozens of top secret bomber designs were drawn up by the Germans during the Second World War, including gigantic flying wings, sleek jet bombers, asymmetrical bombers with the cockpit and weapons turrets on the ends of their wings and even enormous carriers for single-seat suicide bombers.

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  9. A PAIR OF SILVER WINGS BY JAMES HOLLAND
    £10.79

    In 1995, Britain is celebrating the anniversary of the end of the war, and Edward finds himself forced to confront the tragedy he suffered during those years. Embarking on a journey of self-discovery and personal redemption, Edward travels from England to Malta and then to Italy, and in doing so comes face-to-face with the idealistic young man he once was, and the devastated and traumatised 23-year-old he was to become.

    Following his experiences over the skies of England in 1941, through the dark days of the Siege of Malta, to the partisan struggle in Italy, A Pair of Silver Wings is a story of friendship, love and the terrible legacy of war, exploring universal themes of grief and redemption, and one man's quest to heal the scars of the past.

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