RAF personnel statistics for the period 3 September 1939 to 1 September 1945. A series of 98 tables showing all aspects of personnel and distribution throughout the war. Includes casualty figures.

The RAF manual on the first Mark of Spitfire. As issued in 1940, with details of airframe, engine, armament and flying guidance (including takeoff and landing). Rare and valuable

The issue manual for the Tempest II aircraft, including airframe, engines, electrical systems, weapon mountings and all other relevant details for ground staff and pilots.

The issue manual for the Tempest V aircraft, including airframe, engines, electrical systems, weapon mountings and all other relevant details for ground staff and pilots.

This single volume in the Air Monograph series gives a extra dimension to the Campaign in France and the Low Countries in 1939 and 1940. Part I of the narrative covers the Anglo-French discussions, and the various air plans proposed. Part II covers the period 3 September 1939 to 9 May 1940, and the third part describes operations from 10 May 1940 to the Dunkirk evacuation. Part IV tells the story of the Battle of France and Part V is a commentary on the period 10 May to 18 June. Complete with all appendices and maps. This is an exceptional find for us, in that it adds so much to the strategic knowledge of the campaign as well as much very valuable information on operations by both sides. Not to be missed.

The Dieppe Raid could be described as a disaster; this is a complete reprint of the original mammoth report issued by Combined Operations Headquarters in 1942. Careful reading shows what was known about the town and its defences, the plan and the aftermath. The volume is complete with all its plans, diagrams, maps and photographs in exactly the same place as in the original, and nothing has been omitted. Please note that some of the maps are oversized. A very valuable analysis of this combined opeartion.

A very good history of the German Air Force during the First World War. It covers the aircraft, balloons and zeppelins and operations carried out. Thought worth translating when it first came out, this has been proved to be a correct decision. Many photographs. One of a few books in English on the subjet.

This is a reprint of Air Publication 1719E Volume I and has all the details one could wish for on the Halifax V aircraft. Comprehensively illustrated.

A good intelligence assessment of the Italian Air Force at 15 March 1941. The report covers organisation, personnel, training, efficiency and morale and all the other necessary matters. With 6 maps showing dispositions and airfields in 1941 plus a number of photographs of aircraft in service. A real collector's item as well as a good research source.

Compared to its American equivalent, this is not a particularly impressive monument to 70,000 RAF and Allied lives. However, it does present a short view of the strategic bombing offensive, and serves as a valuable summary of the main events. With 12 A3 pull-out tables.

Air Marshal Arthur Tedder did not get on with Lord Beaverbrook and so was posted to the MEAF as Deputy AOC-in-C RAF ME Command in November 1940. He was promoted to the top job in June 1941.This is the text of the whole of Tedder’s report on his tenure as AOC-in-C RAF Middle East. A first hand account of air operations and problems in the Middle East Air Force from June 1941 to January 1943. It includes details of the defeats in Greece and Crete and covers all aspects of air operations in the campaign in North Africa. Of fundamental importance in understanding the command and capabilities of the RAF in the Mediterranean in the early part of the war.

The original AP Volume I for the Wellington 1. Note that some wiring diagrams have been omitted, but all other diagrams and drawings are included. A good look at one of the early operational bombers of the RAF.

A brief introduction to the Air Force of the former Yugoslavia. Unfortunately some parts were not issued, but if they appear subsequently buyers will be informed. With an A3 map of the territory of the country.

The Typhoon got a deserved reputation in 10944-45 as a tank destroyer. This is a reprint in full of AP 1804A Volume I which covers the early Marks of the aircraft. The book gives complete details of every aspect of the aircraft.

This publication is a gem - it gives tabular details of the build up of Bomber Command and its strength; sorties by day and night, and by type of aircraft. Casualties, wastage (by aircraft type), aircraft despatched and missing. Bomb tonnages by aircraft type, target type, and monthly and annual totals. The targets attacked with aircraft type, tonnage dropped and attacking and missing aircraft occupy over 50 tables. It also lists raids (day and night) by year and with totals, as well as Pathfinder operations. Sea-mining. Operations by aircraft type, air combat figures (claims) and other material is included.To form a picture of the bombing offensive mounted by Bomber Command during the Second World War one need go no further than to read this rearkable manual.Highly recommended. 

A complete listing for 1944 of all RAF Bomber Command operations detailing targets, aircraft involved, bomb lift, lost and damaged aircraft, enemy losses and much more. A valuable analysis.

The manual for the trainer version of the famous Wellington, originally designed by Barnes Wallis. Complete with all appendices and drawings.

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