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If you are looking for a book to put a smile on your face, look no further than this colourful history presented by Cory...

Richard Arthur Thomas is a gentle, humble 97-year-old who hides a heroic nature behind his unassuming façade. He was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross,...

By: Elaine Fields SmithWhen RAF Flight Lieutenant Alan Pollock took off in his Hawker Hunter on the 5th of April in 1968, he didn’t...

Christopher Nolan, a renowned film director, has recently been scouting locations in Dunkirk, fueling rumors that he is to direct a World War II...

I loved Keith Wilson’s look at the RAF during the 1950s, but this volume, if anything, is even better. If I am 100% honest...

P-47s and Y-34s burning at an American airfield, Metz-Frescaty For the German Luftwaffe, World War II all but ended on January 1st, 1945 with their...

Douglas Bader was one of those rare people who become a legend in their own lifetime. Born in London in February 1910, he decided...

A World War Two medal earned by one of the pilots in the famous Allied Dambusters raids has been sold at auction with the...

A never before published set of German maps have revealed some interesting facts about the Nazi plans to cross the English Channel and invade...

The wreck of a World War Two B-17 Flying Fortress has been discovered on the bottom of the sea off the Norfolk coast of...

Earlier in the year I was happy to see an Images of War series book about the RAF in the Cold War. That book...

Dornier Do 335

French ace Pierre Clostermann encounter with a Pfeil in April 1945. He describes leading a pack of four Hawker Tempests from 3 Squadron RAF...