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By Quill, Jeffrey
Book. English.
Published Wilmslow: Crécy, 1998
[2nd] ed
Test pilot Jeffrey Quill took charge of some of the most important military aircraft in the 1930s, in particular, the immortal Spitfire. This new edition...

By Sarkar, Dilip, MBE
Hardback. English.
Published Stroud: Amberley, 2010
An important oral history of the Spitfire, this book contains the extraordinary stories of the pilots who were involved in combat during the Second World...

By Sarkar, Dilip, 1961- author
Paperback. English.
Published Stroud, Gloucestershire: Amberley, 2014
The story of Douglas Bader, the RAF fighter pilot who shot down twenty enemy fighters during the Second World War despite having lost both his legs, defies...

By Mackenzie, S. P
Paperback. English.
Published Stroud: Spellmount, 2010
Douglas Bader remains the most famous fighter pilot that Britain has ever known. He lost both his legs in a flying accident in 1931, but overcame his...

By Hillary, Richard, 1919-1943
Paperback. English.
Published London: Pimlico, 1997
[New ed.] / with an introduction by Sebastian Faulks
Hillary is one of the three 'fatal Englishmen' in Sebastian Faulks' recent bestseller. This book is Hillary's own account of his experiences in the Second...

By Anderson, Murray
Paperback. English.
Published Guildford: Grosvenor House Pub., c2009

By Bain, Chris J
Book. English.
Published Barnsley: Pen & Sword Aviation, 2007

By Sarkar, Dilip (Historian), author
Paperback. English.
Published Stroud, Gloucestershire: Amberley, 2014
Johnnie Johnson is a character literally straight out of the pages of 'Boys Own'. By the end of the Second World War the RAF Spitfire pilot was a household...

By Sarkar, Dilip, MBE
Hardback. English.
Published Stroud: Amberley, 2011
Johnnie Johnson is a character literally straight out of the pages of 'Boys Own'. By the end of the Second World War the RAF Spitfire pilot was a household...

By Doe, Helen, author
Hardback. English.
Published Stroud: Amberley, 2015
In June 1940, at the age of twenty, Bob Doe believed himself to be the worst pilot in his squadron. Just three months later he was a highly decorated...
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