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The Junkers Ju 52 Story

Product no.: 978-1-78155-515-6

The complete history of the Junkers Ju 52/3m in civil and military service around the world since 1930.

248 x 172 mm - hardback - 272 pages - 115 black-and-white and 43 colour photographs

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Fighters Over the Falklands: Defending the Islanders’ Way of Life

Product no.: 978-1-78155-222-3


A British task force defeated Argentinean forces in 1982. However, by 1987, the RAF was defending the Falklands from invasion with just four jet fighters, five aircrews and fifty-five personnel.

248 x 172 mm • hardback • 256 pages • 50 b/w photographs

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Alfred: Queen Victoria’s Second Son

Product no.: 978-1-78155-319-0

A biography of Alfred (1844-1900), second son of Queen Victoria, created Duke of Edinburgh and later Duke of Saxe-Coburg Gotha.

234 x 156 mm • paperback • 192 pages • 70 b/w photographs and illustrations

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Tempsford Academy: Churchill's and Roosevelt's Secret Airfield

Product no.: 978-1-78155-003-8


The dramatic account of American secret agents trained in England at RAF Tempsford to be parachuted behind enemy lines.

234 x 156 mm • hardback • 160 pages • 20 b/w photographs

 

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Sawney Bean: Disecting the Legent of the Scottish Cannibal

Product no.: 978-1-78155-367-1

This legend of 16th Century Scotland has resonated down the Centuries in literature and film - this unique book discusses the case that began that myth for the first time.

234 x 156 mm - paperback - 176 pages - 32 b/w illustrations

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KEKs and Fokkerstaffels: The Early German Fighter Units in 1915–1916

Product no.: 978-1-78155-223-0

The history of Germany’s first fighter aces and units in the First World War.
234 x 156 mm • hardback • 256 pages • 200 b/w photographs

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From War to Peace: A Photographer’s View of British Aviation during the 1940s

Product no.: 978-1-78155-331-2

One man’s photographic record of the British aviation scene during wartime and the immediate post-war period of the 1940s.

248 x 172 mm - hardback - 256 pages - 390 black-and-white photographs

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The Bad Boy: Bert Hall, Aviator and Mercenary of the Skies

Product no.: 978-1-78155-130-1


This is the first definitive biography of the rogue aviator Bert Hall of the Lafayette Escadrille, a French fighter squadron during the First World War.

234 x 156 mm • hardback • 192 pages • 16 b/w photographs

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Slouching in the Undergrowth: The Long Life of a Gunner Officer

Product no.: 978-1-78155-009-0

A fascinating autobiography from a distinguished war veteran.

234 x 156 mm • paperback • 240 pages • 55 b/w photographs

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Agnetha Fältskog: The Girl with the Golden Hair

Product no.: 978-1-78155-521-7

The incredible story of one of the most successful and enigmatic performers in the last fifty years of popular music.

234 x 156 mm - paperback - 208 pages - 26 colour photographs

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Tales from the Control Tower

Product no.: 978-1-78155-041-0

Fascinating autobiographical anecdotes from a young air force man of the ’60s and ’70s.

234 x 156 mm • paperback • 224 pages • 35 b/w illustrations

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Agatha Christie: The Disappearing Novelist

Product no.: 978-1-78155-262-9


When Agatha Christie, the so-called ‘Queen of Crime’, disappeared from her home in Sunningdale in Berkshire for eleven days on 3 December 1927, the whole nation held its breath.

234 x 156 mm • paperback • 176 pages • 24 b/w photographs
 

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Neolithic Horizons: Changing Communities in the Wessex Landscape

Product no.: 978-1-78155-299-5

Analysis of the great monument complexes of Neolithic Wessex and the changing landscape influenced by the communities who built them.

248 x 172 mm - paperback - 192 pages - 41 black-and-white and 30 colour photographs

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The Life and Reign of Edward the Fourth: King of England and France and Lord of Ireland (Volume 2)

Product no.: 978-1-78155-476-0

Edward IV, (1442-1483) was King of England from March 1461 until October 1470, and again from April 1471 until his death in April 1483. In a turbulent world, Edward Duke of York—with good title to the throne—overthrew the corrupt government of the weak and feeble-minded Henry VI, setting the foundation stones for a strong and prosperous England. 

234 x 156 mm - paperback - 528 pages

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Mount of Aces: The Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a

Product no.: 978-1-78155-115-8


Although the fictional hero Biggles flew a Sopwith Camel over the trenches during the First World War, Britain’s top-scoring aces preferred the S.E.5a.

234 x 156 mm • hardback • 160 pages • 120 b/w photographs

 

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Air Wars 1920-1939: The Development and Evolution of Fighter Tactics

Product no.: 978-1-78155-520-0

The full story of how aircraft fighter tactics were developed in the years leading up to the Second World War.

234 x 156 mm - hardback - 208 pages - 5 maps and 64 black-and-white photographs

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Pop Pickers and Music Vendors: David Jacobs, Alan Freeman, John Peel, Tommy Vance and Roger Scott

Product no.: 978-1-78155-544-6

David Jacobs, Alan Freeman, John Peel, Tommy Vance and Roger Scott were five of the greatest British disc jockeys of the last 60 years, all passionate about the music they presented: Jacobs the easy listening maestro; Freeman the pop-picker; Peel the alternative scene champion; Vance the lover of hard rock; and Scott an eclectic mix of genres. 

234 x 156 mm - paperback - 160 pages - 36 black-and-white photographs

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Dallas Fifty Years On: The Murder of John F. Kennedy

Product no.: 978-1-62545-001-2

The untold story of the JFK assassination in 1963 and what the US Government does not want you to know.

234 x 156 mm • paperback • 224 pages • 32 b/w and 24 colour photographs

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Jasper: The Tudor Kingmaker

Product no.: 978-1-78155-390-9

The first proper academic biography of Jasper Tudor, the architect of the victory at Bosworth and thus the Tudor dynasty.

234 x 156 mm - hardback - 224 pages - 30 b/w illustrations

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My Target Was Leningrad - V Force: Preserving our Democracy

Product no.: 978-1-78155-181-3

A fascinating and chilling account of the Cold War by an RAF pilot who was to drop the bomb on Russia.

234 x 156 mm - hardback - 208 pages - 112 black-and-white and 32 colour photographs

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Rhapsody in Blue: An RAF Fighter Pilot’s Life During the Cold War

Product no.: 978-1-78155-535-4

An authentic description of a Cold War warrior’s time in the RAF in the frontline and test world.

234 x 156 mm - hardback - 272 pages - 71 black-and-white photographs

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The Life and Reign of Edward the Fourth: King of England and France and Lord of Ireland (Volume 1)

Product no.: 978-1-78155-475-3

Edward IV, (1442-1483) was King of England from March 1461 until October 1470, and again from April 1471 until his death in April 1483. In a turbulent world, Edward Duke of York—with good title to the throne—overthrew the corrupt government of the weak and feeble-minded Henry VI, setting the foundation stones for a strong and prosperous England. 

234 x 156 - paperback - 624 pages

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The History of the Galician Division of the Waffen SS: Volume Two: Stalin’s Nemesis

Product no.: 978-1-78155-538-5

An exhaustive and definitive account of the history and eventual fate of the Galician Waffen – SS Division.

248 x 172 mm - hardback - 384 pages - 192 black-and-white photographs

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A Tiger Rose Out of Georgia: The First Black Middleweight Champion of the World

Product no.: 978-1-78155-270-4


The forgotten story of Theodore “Tiger” Flowers, the first black middleweight champion of the world.

234 x 156 mm • hardback • 232 pages • 24 b/w photographs

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Britain’s Cold War Bombers

Product no.: 978-1-78155-534-7

From the iconic Vulcan to the latest generation of Typhoon aircraft, this fascinating and highly illustrated book tells how each design was created and translated into operational aircraft.

248 x 172 mm - paperback - 368 pages - 193 black-and-white and 66 colour photographs

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German Night Fighter Force 1917-1945

Product no.: 978-1-78155-503-3

A highly detailed analysis with numerous appendices, which provides a comprehensive account of the Luftwaffe’s thoroughness right up the end when the hunters became the hunted…

248 x 172 mm - hardback - 352 pages - 191 black-and-white photographs

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San Francisco's Magnificent Streetcars

Product no.: 978-1-63499-001-1

A magnificent pictorial history of the iconic San Francisco streetcar.

275 x 215 - paperback - 128 pages - 235 colour photographs

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Bismarck: The Pride of the German Navy

Product no.: 978-1-78155-039-7


The first book to cover all aspects of the Bismarck through text, photos, maps, illustrations, technical details and crew lists.
297 x 210 mm • hardback • 368 pages • 330 black and white and 50 colour photographs and illustrations

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Rise Against Eagles: Stories of RAF Airmen in The Battle of Britain

Product no.: 978-1-78155-085-4


Rise Against Eagles is a collaborative work presenting exceptional tributes to an array of airmen from various nations who served in the Royal Air Force during critical battles of the Second World War.

234 x 156 mm • hardback • 232 pages • 40 b/w photographs

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The Railways of Devon and Cornwall Around the Early 1960s

Product no.: 978-1-78155-539-2

A unique collection of unpublished photographs from the late 1950s and early 1960s covering the railways of Devon and Cornwall.

248 x 172 mm - hardback - 128 pages - 210 colour photographs

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Charles Dicken: A Pictorial Biography of the World’s Greatest Storyteller

Product no.: 978-1-78155-278-0

A beautiful and pictorial tribute to England’s legendary wordsmith.
234 x 156 mm • paperback • 96 pages • 160 black and white photographs

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Hitler's Naval Bases: Kriegsmarine Bases During the Second World War

Product no.: 978-1-78155-198-1


Beautifully illustrated with over 200 previously unpublished photographs, Hitler’s Naval Bases is, without question, the definitive book on this principal branch of the Kriegsmarine.
248 x 172 mm • hardback • 256 pages • 200 illustrations

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South Yorkshire People and Coal: The Gallant Struggle and Final Decline

Product no.: 978-1-78155-060-1


An illustrated history of the mining industry in South Yorkshire, showing vividly the extent to which communities relied upon coal, and their desperation when the industry was taken from them.

248 x 172 mm • paperback • 176 pages • 83 b/w photographs

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Viking Spitfire: The Story of Finn Thorsager

Product no.: 978-1-78155-043-4

The story of Finn Thorsager, the first Norwegian to engage in aerial combat and to later fight the Luftwaffe in the skies over England.

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Churchill and Stalin's Secret Agents: Operation Pickaxe at RAF Tempsford

Product no.: 978-1-78155-002-1

The top-secret agreement between Britain and the Soviet Union whereby the British Special Operations Executive, the Royal Navy and the Royal Air Force arranged the transport of 34 Soviet agents from Archangel and Murmansk to be infiltrated into France, Holland, Italy, Austria and Germany.

234 x 156 mm • hardback • 320 pages • 20 b/w photographs
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War Games and their History

Product no.: 978-1-78155-042-7

The first book to give a comprehensive insight into war games from earliest times up to the present day.

248 x 172 mm • hardback • 288 pages • 318 colour illustrations

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Ships and Soldiers: A Military and Maritime History of the Island of Alderney

Product no.: 978-1-78155-008-3


Ships and Soldiers explores the fascinating history of this remote and highly contested outpost since the days of the Norman Conquest. Richly illustrated with over 220 pictures, it demonstrates why, although measuring only 3 miles squared, Alderney has always been a vital English domain.

234 x 156 mm • paperback • 352 pages • 157 b/w and 66 colour photographs

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Toronto Streetcars Serve the City

Product no.: 978-1-6254502-8-9


Toronto, located in southern Ontario on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario serving as Canada's commercial capital and largest city, has the most extensive trolley car system in North America. Electric trolley car (also known as street car) service began in Toronto in 1892 replacing horse drawn service by 1894. Toronto has been consistently noted for its well maintained system.

248 x 172 mm • paperback • 128 pages • 234 colour photographs

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Goldfish Caterpillars & Guinea Pigs: Second World War Aircrew who experienced Life Saving Events

Product no.: 978-1-78155-078-6


Accounts of pilots and aircrews who experienced life saving events, enabling exclusive membership rites to very special clubs.

234 x 156 mm • hardback • 256pages • 110 b/w photographs

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Texans at Gettysburg: Blood and Glory with Hood’s Texas Brigade

Product no.: 978-1-62545-060-9

Vivid accounts of the brave soldiers of Texas at the Battle of Gettysburg based on their personal recollections.

234 x 156 mm - paperback - 240 pages - 20 black-and-white photographs

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The Unusual and the Unexpected on British Railways: A Chronology of Unlikely Events 1948-1968

Product no.: 978-1-78155-234-6


A record of a host of improbable events, nationally, including some contemporary photographs. The surprises are many and varied!

248 x 172 mm • hardback • 320 pages • 92 b/w photographs

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Britain’s Cold War Fighters

Product no.: 978-1-78155-100-4


From the iconic Lightning to the generation of Typhoon fighters, this fascinating and highly illustrative book tells how each design was created and translated into operational aircraft.

248 x 172 mm • hardback • 368 pages • 193 black and white and 66 colour photographs and illustrations

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The Last Years of Steam in Shropshire and the Severn Valley

Product no.: 978-1-78155-294-0


Covering most of the most of the railways of Shropshire and following the River Severn down to the Bewdley area, this evocative book largely uses the photographs taken by the author and his father on their travels from the late 50s until the end of Steam in the late 1960s.

248 x 172 mm • hardback • 128 pages • 197 colour photographs

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No Echo in the Sky

Product no.: 978-1-78155-487-6

A delightfully written book where Harald Penrose draws on personal experiences from his long and distinguished career.

234 x 156 mm - paperback - 128 pages - 19 black-and-white illustrations

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The Road to Civitella 1944: The Captain, the Chaplain and the Massacre

Product no.: 978-1-78155-531-6

The little known story of the Civitella Massacre, 29 June 1944, and the help two British officers brought to survivors.

234 x 156 mm - hardback - 224 pages - 67 black-and-white photographs and 3 maps

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Moonlight Flyer: Diary of a Second World War Navigator

Product no.: 978-1-78155-509-5

The unique diary of a Czechoslovakian navigator who served with No. 311 (Czechoslovak) Bomber Squadron during the Second World War.

234 x 156 mm - hardback - 256 pages - 69 black-and-white photographs

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Yorkshire Railways: Featuring images from the Yorkshire Post

Product no.: 978-1-78155-316-9


A unique glimpse of Yorkshire railways in the early twentieth century with many beautifully reproduced unpublished photographs of the period.

248 x 172mm • paperback • 144 pages • 225 b/w photographs

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CrossCountry Trains: Providing the Rail Services Connecting Britain’s Towns and Cities

Product no.: 978-1-78155-474-6

A detailed profile of this thriving modern railway franchise, serving seven of the UK's major cities based from Birmingham.

235 x 165 mm - paperback - 96 pages - 116 colour photographs

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British Aircraft Manufacturers Since 1909

Product no.: 978-1-78155-229-2


A comprehensive and exhaustive account of the fascinating British aircraft industry from 1909 to current day.
248 x 172 mm • hardback • 256 pages • illustrated throughout

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Haunted Second World War Airfields Volume One: Southern England

Product no.: 978-1-78155-097-7


An up-to-date survey of the paranormal and haunted happenings on Second World War airfields in the UK with a historical timeline of each airfield.

234 x 156 mm • hardback • 288 pages • 80 maps, 16 b/w photographs

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Fighters over the Aegean

Product no.: 978-1-78155-044-1


This is the first comprehensive account of aerial operations over the Aegean 1943-44.

234 x 156 mm • hardback • 224 pages • 40 b/w photographs

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Operation Big Ben: The Anti-V2 Spitfire Missions

Product no.: 978-1-78155-439-5

Witness one of the British military’s finest moments and most covert operations against Hitler’s Nazi Germany.

234 x 156 mm - hardback - 208 pages - 16 black-and-white photographs

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Whirlwind: Westland's Enigmatic Fighter

Product no.: 978-1-78155-037-3


The first book to unravel the true story behind a charismatic British fighter aircraft of the Second World War.
248 x 172 mm • hardback • 288 pages • 150 mono illustrations

 

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Changing York

Product no.: 978-1-78155-263-6

The history of York told through its glorious buildings.

235 x 165 mm - paperback - 96 pages - 185 colour photographs

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Adolf Hitler: The Curious and Macabre Anecdotes

Product no.: 978-1-78155-073-1

Anecdotes of the Führer presented in a unique and compelling manner.

234 x 156 mm • paperback • 192 pages • 50 illustrations

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Murder on the High Seas

Product no.: 978-1-78155-118-9


A collection of fascinating accounts of murders committed on the high seas.

234 x 156 mm • paperback • 256 pages

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The Nazis Go Underground

Product no.: 978-1-78155-121-9


In 1943 Nazis prepared to go underground. The idea was to create a network to plan for World War III.

234 x 156 mm • paperback • 224 pages • 76 b/w photographs

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‘Paddy’ Finucane and the Legend of the Kenley Wing

Product no.: 978-1-78155-512-5

The real story of Kenley Wing’s combats over France in 1941, led by the RAF’s greatest ace pilot of the time.

234 x 156 mm - hardback - 272 pages - 32 black-and-white photographs

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Yank Bomber Boys in Norfolk: A Photographic Record of the USAAF in the Second World War

Product no.: 978-1-78155-356-5


A pictorial ‘behind the scenes’ look at the day to day life on Norfolk air bases by the USAAF’s 8th Air Force during the Second World War.

248 x 172 mm - hardback - 256 pages - 526 b/w photographs

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Tornado F3 in Focus: A Navigator's Eye on Britain's Last Interceptor

Product no.: 978-1-78155-307-7

The much troubled yet iconic Tornado F3 is here scrutinised by a best-selling author who served as crew in one.

248 x 172 - hardback - 288 pages - 123 b/w and 62 colour photographs

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