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An analysis of the events leading up to the assault on Britain and the history, structure, and equipment of the British reveals the full story of the air war that shaped the future of the free world.

A personal account of air operations during the First World War, mainly on the Western Front. Against this background of technical development and innovation, the author recounts the exploits of the Royal Flying Corps airmen and of the French, German, Italian and American airforces. Richard Townsend Bickers has written 13 novels about the RFC under the pseudonym Richard Leslie, 22 novels about the RAF under his own name and a biography called "Ginger... more...

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The Hawker Typhoon became the epitome of ground-attack aircraft in World War II. During the invasion of Europe it was used to great effect as the Allied troops advanced from the English Channel to Berlin. This is a collection of first-hand accounts from operational pilots of the Hawker Typhoon.