Autobiography & Biography

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  • Halton Boys (Signed Copy)

    Sean Feast

    This is the story of Halton told through and by the boys who were there and who are still proud to be called ‘Trenchard Brats’.

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  • The Daily Telegraph Airmen’s Obituaries Book Three

    Compiled and edited by Air Commodore Graham Pitchfork

    Foreword by Air Chief Marshal Sir Richard Johns GCB, KCVO, CBE, FRAeS

    As seen in previous editions, Book Three commemorates the lives of an exceptional group of individuals and reminds the reader of the talent and experience we have lost from the world of aviation.

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  • Halton Boys

    Sean Feast

    This is the story of Halton told through and by the boys who were there and who are still proud to be called ‘Trenchard Brats’.

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  • Groundcrew Boys

    Dave Gledhill

    The stories are collated and set in context by aviation author David Gledhill and are illustrated with photographs, many from the groundcrew themselves and previously unpublished. A must for all aficionados of the Boys series.

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  • Hawkeye

    Brigadier General Giora Even-Epstein GIORA EVEN-EPSTEIN

    Affable and enthusiastic, Giora gained the nickname ‘Hawkeye’ because of his amazing vision of more than 20/15, enabling him to pick out enemy aircraft long before his squadron mates. His story is of one man’s unfaltering dedication to his dreams and his country. As the leading jet ace it is one well worth telling and, critically, it can be told in his own words.

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  • Fleet Air Arm Boys

    Steve Bond

    This first volume looks chronologically at every aircraft type flown in an air defence role since 1945. Involvement in conflicts including Korea, Suez, the Falklands, Bosnia and elsewhere is included, and perforce the cost in human lives, even in everyday operations, frequently emerges. Balancing this are the everyday grind, the good times, the humour, the ‘runs ashore’ and the sense of pride in a job well done.

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  • Bolts From The Blue

    Sir Richard Johns

    Air Chief Marshal Sir Richard Johns reflects on his illustrious career in this fascinating autobiography, now in paperback.

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  • Oswald Boelcke

    RG Head

    Oswald Boelcke was Germany’s first ace in World War One with a total of forty victories. His character, inspirational leadership, organisational genius, development of air-to-air tactics and impact on aerial doctrine are all reasons why Boelcke remains an important figure in the history of air warfare.

    In this definitive biography RG Head explores why Oswald Boelcke deserves consideration as the most important fighter pilot of the 20th century and beyond; but also for setting the standard in military aviation flying. This book will appeal to enthusiasts of the German air force, military aviation in general and World War One in particular.

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  • War Amongst The Clouds

    Air Vice-Marshal Hugh Granville White

    Group Captain Chris Granville White

    This is a personal account written by a man reflecting on his time as a young pilot with the Royal Flying Corps in France during the First World War, who eventually became an ace. It is a story of survival against the odds at a time when the conduct of air operations depended so much on individual skills, innovation, courage – and luck.

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  • Gallantry In Action

    Norman Franks

    The range of airmen who received the DFC and Two Bars, cover most of the ambit of WWII operations, be they fighter pilots, bomber pilots, night-fighter aircrew, aircrew navigators, engineers, etc, or reconnaissance pilots. Each has interesting stories, proving, if proof be needed, their gallantry in action.

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  • Vulcan Boys

    Tony Blackman

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  • Victor Boys

    Tony Blackman

    Garry O'Keefe

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