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Aircraft of the Aces No 2 Junkers Ju87 Over the Mediterranean

Osprey Aviation / Delprado, 1996 An unread copy of this book but has some light creases across the top of the front cover - hence the low price. Internally the book is in fine condition. 63 pages of text, photographs and plans.


The RAF Museum - Royal Air Force Museum Guide

By Royal Air Force

Royal Air Force - HMSO An uncreased 40 pages stapled book. Glossy covers. Packed with photographs and illustrations. No date but original price £2.25p


RAF Finningley Battle of Britain at Home Day 8th September 1979 - Flying Programme and Information Guide

By Royal Air Force

Royal Air Force - HMSO, 1979 A good copy of this souvenir guide. Very small spilt to the top of the spine of 1/4inch. 16 pages.Some light edge wear to the top edge. A rare collectable.


Royal Air Force Souvenir Book 1973

By Royal Air Force

Royal Air Force - HMSO, 1973 A clean copy of this magazine. 72 bright firm pages.


Royal Air Force Souvenir Book 1971 Edition

By Royal Air Force

Royal Air Force - HMSO, 1971 A clean uncreased copy of this magazine. 54 pages.


Royal Air Force Yearbook 1979

By Royal Air Force

Royal Air Force - HMSO, 1979 A clean and uncreased copy of this magazine. 68 firm pages.


Royal Air Force Souvenir Book 1972

By Royal Air Force

Royal Air Force - HMSO, 1972 A clean copy of this magazine but with 2 closed tears to the top of the cover of 1.5 inches (4cms) 78 pages.


Signalling for the Patrol - the Patrol Books No. 8 - Semaphore, Morse Code, Signalling Games, Hand Signals, International Code, Miscellaneous Signals

By R. H. Harrison

London: The Boy Scouts Association, 1962 40 pages. Diagrams to each page. Pale blue covers a little 'dusty'. The staples have rusted and the book needs to be re-stapled, as the cover has become detached from the pages, but all are complete. neat name to first page.


Mosquito at War

By Chaz Bowyer Forword By Sir Max Aitken

London: Ian Allan, 1973 Very clean light blue boards with a bright gilt title to the spine, The jacket has a minor sign of wear and is now proteced in mylar clear book removable covering, 144 pages. Illustrated throughout.


War Beneath the Sea - Submarine Conflict 1939 - 1945

By Peter Padfield

U K: BCA, 1995 Very clean grey boards with gilt title to the spine. 560 clean firm pages. Illustrated. The jacket is also in very good condition with no creases or wear.


The Chinese Red Army

By Gerard H. Corr

U K: Osprey, 1974 An ex-library copy of this book. Library stamps. 176 pages. Illustrated. Good study copy.


Guide to Arms and Armour

By Andrew Kershaw

London: Piccolo Explorer Book, 1979 24 clean tight pages which are bright and well illustrated. Very light edge rubbing to the cover.


SAS - The Soldiers' Story
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SAS - The Soldiers' Story

By Jack Ramsay

London: Macmillan, 1996 Black boards with silver title to the spine. 251 clean, tight pages. Illustrated. The jacket is also in very good condition. No creases. - drawn entirely from the personal testomy of individual SAS soldiers who actually took part and know the truth. - photographs and maps.


De Havilland Mosquito

By M. J. Hardy

U K: Foulis Aircraft, 1984 A very good copy of this book. 56 very well illustrated pages. Light rubbing to the top corner tip.


History of the World's Warships

By Christopher Chant

U K: J Webb, 2001 Glossy laminated covers. 433 clean pages plus index. Fully illustrated throughout. The page edges are a little 'dusty'. There is a slight 'movement' to the book. The jacket has mild shelfwear and a closed tear to the top corner. This is a very heavy book and has been priced to include any extra postage needed above the set rate, UK or surface. This is a used book, reading/study copy only.


Atlantis - the Incredible Story of Germany's Most Successful Surface Raider

By Ulrich Mohr as Told to A. V. Sellwood

U K: New English Library, 1973 206 pages, browning throughout. reading creases to the spine. some wear to the base of the spine. The covers are uncreased, but have shelf wear. 4 pages of photographs. This book has been well-read. Sold as a reading copy only due to the browning of the pages.


Miracle on the River Kwai

By Ernest Gordon

London: Fontana, 1965 182 pages. Reading creases to the spine, which is slanted from being read. Pages very tanned; loose towards the back where the gum appears to have dried out. Some minor shelfwear. Ernest Gordon was captured by the Japanese while escaping from Sumatra after the fall of Singapore. With other British prisoners he was marched into the jungle to build the notorious bridge on the River Kwai.


Against All Odds - the Battle of Britain 50th Anniversary Appeal

By Graham Christian Garnett - Editor, Wing Commander Peter Parrott - Consultant Editor

London: The Rococo Group - Michael Finch, 1990 An excellent copy of this book. There is a very tiny graze to the top of the cover otherwise fine. No creases to the spine or to the covers. 370 very clean, tight pages. - This beautifully produced book represents a deffinitive view of the Battle of Britain. It reminds us of the dediction and reflects the experience of many members of the Royal Air Forces Association, both air and ground crew.It also shows the dedication of those from the British Commonwealth, from the United States of America and from the occupied countries of Europe. This book is a tribute to 'The Few' who flew in the Battle, and to the many who supported them. ------ This is a very heavy book, and has been priced to cover any extra postage needed over the set rate UK or surface.


The Bloody Battle for Tilly: Normandy 1944

By Ken Tout

Stroud, UK: Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000 Binding is black cloth with gilt lettering on the spine; 246 pages including the index and a section of black and white photographs. "Drawing on vivid euewitness accounts and the recollections of many who were there in 1944, Ken Tout's masterly portrayal of the bloody battle is a fitting tribute to the youth of Canada and Britain who fought, and the many who died, during the breakout from Normandy in the last summer of the war in Europe."


Tribute: Combat Experiences of the Military & Aviation Book Society

By Philip Sidnell (editor)

London: BCA, 2002 Binding is black cloth with gilt lettering on the spine; 280 pages. "This is a book about the experience of combat, by men who have been there. It is a book about danger and courage. Both are shown in many forms: whether braving enemy fire to storm an enemy-held beach; maintaining the frozen vigil of the tail gunner; or the nerve-jangling tension of jungle ambushes. It is also a book about comradeship and duty - the special bond with other members of an infantry platoon or the crew of a tank, ship or aircraft. Included are thirty-two accounts of combat on land, sea and air, from World War II to Desert Storm, which stand as a tribute to the countless others whose stories will never be told."


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