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NEW RELEASE… CHANGE TO THE FLIGHT PLAN by Robert Taylor

Only SEVENTEEN copies of this memorable edition are available worldwide! With a tank-busting Ju87G Stuka behind him re-armed and ready for action, Oberst Hans-Ulrich Rudel, Geschwaderkommodore of SG2, identifies some last minute changes to the flight plan during the concluding months of 1945. On 1 January 1945 newly promoted Oberst Hans-Ulrich Rudel, commanding officer of Schlachtgeschwader 2, stood before …

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NEW RELEASE… PEGASUS DAWN

by Simon Smith Commemorating D-Day and the Battle for Normandy  From the moment the Battle of Britain was over, the Allies had planned for the invasion that would liberate Europe from the tyranny of Hitler’s thuggish Reich. On 6 June 1944 those plans were put into practice on the beaches of Normandy when the world …

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NEW RELEASE… LANCASTER UNDER ATTACK – The Masterwork Drawingby Robert Taylor

Resurrected from within Robert Taylor’s personal archives!  It was probably the worst nightmare a Lancaster crew could face – stalked in the dark night skies over Germany, hunted, surprised and then attacked by a Luftwaffe night fighter. Often it was too late… Resurrected from within Robert Taylor’s personal archives is the original Masterwork Drawing of Lancaster …

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NEW RELEASE… SABRE SWEEP by Richard Taylor

F-86 Sabre fighters of the 1st Fighter Group’s 94th Fighter Squadron, the first squadron to be equipped with North American’s revolutionary swept-wing jet. The F-86 would go on to become the USAF’s most successful front-line fighters during the Korea War. The creation of Edgar ‘Ed’ Schmued, the same man who designed the P-51 Mustang, the …

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NEW RELEASE… ATTACK ON THE ARIZONA

– PEARL HARBOR DEC 7, 1941 –  For Americans celebrating Christmas 1941, festivities were overshadowed by war: a few weeks earlier Japan had launched their infamous, pre-emptive attack on Pearl Harbor.  On the morning of Sunday 7 December 1941 the U.S. Pacific Fleet had been at rest, battleships anchored securely with their crews preparing for …

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NEW RELEASE… BREACHING THE MOHNE

THE DAMBUSTERS – TARGET X  Twenty minutes had passed and three Lancasters had attacked but there was still no sign of a breach in the Möhne Dam, the first of three primary targets for the newly- formed elite 617 Squadron under the command of Wg Cdr Guy Gibson. Gibson and Flt Lt ‘Mick’ Martin had …

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