Camera On, 18, Wurzburg Radar & Mobile 24KVA Generator

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The Camera On Series made available many rare images, as in the case of this book where the book is enriched by photographs from private German sources. This volume reviews the Wurzburg Radar that was a critical part of the command and control system built by the Germans in an attempt to counter the growing streams of Allied bombers. – Very Highly Recommended.

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21 Spotlight On, Messerschmitt Me 163 Komet

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The Spotlight On Series is famous amongst modellers and achieves a very high standard of unique full colour illustration. This volume displays the unique and incredible Me 163 rocket fighter. – Very Highly Recommended.

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Inside, Imperial Japanese Navy Aircraft Instrument Panels

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This is a special interest book in which the publisher excels, the fifth in a new series, INSIDE. This volume contains impeccably drawn colour illustrations of the instrument panels of a selection of major WWII Imperial Japanese Navy Aircraft. – Very Highly Recommended.

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Camera On 19, Wehrmacht In The Mud

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The Camera On series features text primarily as captions and extended captions in support of a unique collection of images, often from private collections and rarely previously published. This volume contains some 140 photographs of German equipment struggling through mud, a particular problem on the Eastern front as ice melted to cause flooding and waterlogged terrain. – Very Highly Recommended.

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Polskie Skrzydla Polish Wings 26, Petlyakov Pe-2 & UPe-2 Tupolev USB

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This new addition to the Polish Wings series covers three important aircraft that are virtually unknown outside the old Soviet Union and its satellites. The unique and rare images are supported by clear succinct text in the English language. – Most Highly Recommended.

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Flying Firsts, A month-by-month guide to commercial aircraft maiden flights

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The author is an aviation journalist and photographer with over 40 years experience, who has produced a unique reference work. The first flights of more than 120 aircraft types and their variants. – Most Highly Recommended.

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Restoration Rewarded, A Celebration of Railway Architecture, 40 Years of the National Railway Heritage Awards

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The National Railway Heritage Awards celebrates its 40th Anniversary and this new book provides an important record of the efforts to restore British rail heritage. The focus on heritage preservation is often on the locomotives and rolling stock but equally important is the work to restore and preserve the fine architecture. – Very Highly Recommended.

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Great Central, from Nationalisation to Rationalisation

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Nicely timed book from a Special Interests publisher as the Johnson Government prepares to continue sluicing billions down the HS2 drain. The Great Central main line is a classic of the dither and delay of British public transport planning in the second half of the Twentieth Century. – Very Highly Recommended.

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