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  1. KEEP CALM & CARRY ON
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    Keep Calm and Carry On was a WWII government poster discovered in a dusty box nine years ago.

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  2. DARING WOMEN OF HISTORY AMELIA EARHART
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    A pioneering aviator and advocate of women’s equality, Amelia Earhart was, and continues to be, an inspiration to people the world over. 

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  3. LUFTWAFFE FIGHTERS GERMAN WW2 BOOKAZINE
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    Featuring more than 200 highly detailed full colour profiles from world renowned artist Claes Sundin, Luftwaffe Fighters covers every major fighter type flown by the German air force during the Second World War. 

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  4. FIGHTER ACES KNIGHTS OF THE SKY
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    Just over a decade after the first powered aeroplane flight, fearless pioneers were flying over the battlefields of France in flimsy biplanes. 

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  5. FOR THE LOVE OF THE AIR FORCE BY NORMAN FERGUSON
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    What is sewn into a pilot’s uniform when they receive their wings?
    In what year did the first female jet pilot join the RAF?
    Why were former Lightning pilots called WIWOLS?

    For the answers to all these questions and more, take off into this fascinating miscellany and become a true RAF aficionado.

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  6. THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN BY NORMAN FERGUSON
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    Have you ever wondered...

    How fast a Spitfire could travel?
    Which pilot won Fighter Command’s only Victoria Cross?
    What a ‘Stuka Party’ was?

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  7. THE FLIGHT BY JOHN M. DIBBS
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    THE FLIGHT’ is an official Battle of Britain Memorial Flight 60th anniversary publication, commemorating, arguably, the most famous collection of flying warbirds in the world. Featuring exclusive, specially commissioned imagery by award-winning photographer John Dibbs, combined with personal accounts from Clive Rowley, former OC BBMF and unit historian.

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  8. THE RAF IN 100 OBJECTS BY PETER JACOBS
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    It was in the closing year of the First World War, on 1 April 1918, that the Royal Air Force was born from the amalgamation of the Royal Flying Corps and Royal Naval Air Service. Since then, the RAF has helped lead the world in the development of aviation and air warfare.

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  9. THE LANCASTER BOMBER POCKET MANUAL 1941-45
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    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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