WW2

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  • The Long Road

    Oliver Clutton-Brock

    Ray Crompton

    £30.00
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  • The Sowreys

    Graham Pitchfork

    £20.00
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  • The Spitfire Smiths

    Rod Smith and Christopher Shores

    £20.00
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  • Ton-Up Lancs

    Norman Franks

    £12.99
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  • Wimpy

    Steve Bond

    £25.00
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  • Wimpy (signed by Steve Bond)

    Steve Bond

    This book is signed by author Steve Bond.

    To date there has been a paucity of books on this remarkable aircraft. Among its claims to fame are the following: the only RAF bomber to serve in its original role from first day of war to last, and in every theatre; the first type to bomb Germany; the first type to bomb Berlin; the first type to drop the 4,000lb ‘Cookie’ bomb; and so on. A serious study is well overdue, drawing not just on official documentation but relying greatly on personal accounts and anecdotes from the veterans who were there, both air and ground crew. Operational detail will include, for example, the early bombing campaigns, the switch to main force activity, the use of OTU aircraft and crews on operations, the protection of Atlantic and Mediterranean convoys, and the continued use as bomber and transport aircraft. A worthy tribute, then, replete with original photographs throughout.

    £25.00
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  • Winged Chariot

    Peter Lush

    In what has been described as ‘the greatest raid of all’, Operation Chariot saw heavy destruction of the enemy-occupied port of St Nazaire by British forces. Winged Chariot examines the role that the RAF played during this epic raid on 28th March 1942.

    £20.00
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  • Winged Chariot (signed)

    This book is signed by the author, Peter Lush.

    In what has been described as ‘the greatest raid of them all’, Operation Chariot saw heavy destruction of the enemy-occupied port of St Nazaire by British forces. Winged Chariot examines the role that the RAF played during this epic raid on 28th March 1942.

    £20.00
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