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  1. Pioneering Leader of The Spitfire Women by Alison Hill

    Pauline Gower: Pioneering Leader of the Spitfire Women is a story of bravery, fortitude and political persuasion. Pauline was a clear leader of her time and a true pioneer of flight. She died after giving birth, at only 36; a life cut tragically short, but one of significant achievements. Pauline left a huge legacy for women in aviation.

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  2. Secret Spitfires by Britain’s Hidden Civilian Army

    September 1940: In the midst of the Second World War, The Luftwaffe unleashed a series of devastating raids on Southampton, all but destroying its Spitfire factories.

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  3. A Spitfire Named Connie By Air Marshal Black Robertson

    A Spitfire Named Connie is an exciting rollercoaster of a story. ‘Robbie’ Robertson begins his RAF training during the Battle of Britain and the Blitz. As he learns his trade, he is soon rubbing shoulders with Fighter Command heroes, amongst them Brian Kingcome, ‘Ginger’ Lacey and Bob Stanford Tuck.

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  4. Aviation Quiz Book: From Airbus to Zeppelin

    A must have for any aviation enthusiast, this quiz book will cover all aspects of the military, commercial, general aviation and historic aerospace sectors.

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  5. Aircraft Carriers World's Greatest Of 100 Years

    On 9 May 1912 the first airplane take-off from a ship was made from the deck of the HMS Hibernia. In July 1918, seven Sopwith Camels launched from the converted battlecruiser HMS Furious damaged the German airbase at Tønder and destroyed two zeppelins. The age of the carrier was born.

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  6. Churchill's Few by John Willis

    Eighty years after the Battle of Britain this vivid and dramatic book tells the story, in their own words, of six brave young men who fought courageously in the skies above England to prevent Hitler's invasion of Britain.

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  7. Lancaster by Osprey

    Developed from the underperforming twin-engined Manchester, the Avro Lancaster was the RAF's most successful heavy bomber of World War II, forming the backbone of Bomber Command during the large-scale night bombing campaign against occupied Europe. 

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  8. Overlord D-Day And The Battle of Normandy

    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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  9. Spitfire On My Tail by Ulrich Steinhilper

    On 27 October 1940, having completed over 150 missions, Oberleutnant Ulrich Steinhilper’s fighter was shot down, crashing into the Kent countryside near Canterbury.

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  10. The Compact Guide: Winston Churchill

    There are few figures in British history more famous than Winston Churchill. Renowned for guiding Britain through the tumultuous Second World War, his speeches echo through history, and his wartime leadership is recognized as essential for weathering the war.

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  11. Guy Gibson Flying Log Book - Hardback Replica

    Faithful reproduction of Guy Gibson's Flying Log Book, which covers the period of 15th November 1940 through to 16th September 1944. This iconic document features his flight mission for 16th/17th May 1943, the legendary 'Operation Chastise', which has gone down in history as the Dambusters Raid. Gibson led 617 Squadron on the raid and for his actions received the Victoria Cross.

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  12. Spitfires Over Berlin by Dan Sharp

    As British and American forces closed in from the west, the Russians pushed in hard from the east, and the RAF and USAAF bombed Germany every night and day, the beleaguered Luftwaffe went all-out in a last effort to defend the Fatherland during the last months of the Second World War.

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