Training for Triumph

by Tom Docherty
An illustrated history of RAF aircrew training in the UK during WW2.

Tread Lightly into Danger

by Anthony Charlwood
A former Royal Navy  clearance diver and freelance bomb disposal expert recalls his many escapades in the world's trouble-spots.

Troubles Trials and Travels

by Brian Edwards
True story of a local government official wrongly accused of corruption and his struggle to clear his name.

Trumpeters - Boy Soldiers of the Royal Artillery

by strong>Brian Cloughley
The story of the Royal Artillery's Boy Trumpeters or 'badgies' who served in the British Army and Indian Army until the 1940s.

Twelve Days in the Battle for Monte Cassino

by Peter Bunnett
An eyewitness account from the log of Bombardier Ronald Patrick Bunnett of the Royal Artillery, March 1944

Twin Bases Remembered

by Norman Rose
A personal history of the RAF and USAF at Bentwaters & Woodbridge 1943-1993
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Two Black Buffalo

by Imre Istvan Koller
True story of a Hungarian boy's survival against all odds in World War 2 and his later involvment in the Hungarian Uprising of 1956

Un Grand Bordel

by Norman Lee & Geoffrey French
A 428 Squadron tail gunner's adventures in occupied France with the Maquis 1943/44.

Under New Management

by Robert C Bertie
More military mayhem at RAF March, a fictional 1950s RAF station, in this enjoyable addition to the BlueBelles series of books.

Under the Red Eagle – 239 Wing DAF

by Frank Pearce
An eyewitness account of the activities of 239 Wing of the Desert Air Force in North Africa and Italy 1942-45

Unknown to History or Fame

by Brenda Dixon
An illustrated history of the West Sussex village of Walberton during the Victorian era featuring period photographs and newspaper articles from the West Sussex Gazette.
ISBN 1-873203-13-6
Delivery time:5-7 Days
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Unlikely Birds of Many Lands and Other Rhymes

by Ian Rae
An eclectic collection of humorous poems and Limericks.

Upside Down Again

edited by Lars Torders
Our second collection of jokes and anecdotes contributed by RAF personnel.

Upside Down, Nothing on the Clock

A collection of jokes and anecdotes contributed by RAF personnel in aid of the RAF Benevolent Fund.

UXB Volume 2

Our second book saluting the hazardous work of  Bomb Disposal and explosive ordnance disposal personnel includes contributions from the USA and other parts of the world.
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Very Unable Seaman

by Richard Barr
A Junior Rating’s experiences in the Royal Navy 1958-1961.


by Mary Barber
Detailed illustrated history of this Sussex community from ancient times to the present.

Wartime Jottings of an RAF Airman

by Griffith J Evans
A young airman's experiences in the Royal Air Force 1941-46.
ISBN 1-84683-140-7
Delivery time:5-7 Days
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Was It Like This For You?

Was It Like This For You?

RAF veterans recall the many absurdities of service life.

We Blazed the Trail

edited by Robin Reid and Malcolm Cleverley 
The short but eventful history of the Civil Defence Experimental Mobile Column 1953/4.

Well, You Wanted to Fly!

edited by Jack Burgess
Aviation tales contributed by members of the Saltire branch of the Aircrew Association

Wheels Up! – The RAF Boy Entrant Scheme

by Bob Price
Recollections of the RAF Boy Entrant Scheme of the 1950s and 1960s

While Others Slept

by Eric Woods
An RAF observer/navigator's experiences with 106 Squadron, 144 Squadron and 61 Squadron during World War Two 1940/41.

Who Is In Charge Here?

by Edward Cartner
Now a senior officer, our hero is still trying (and failing) to impress his superiors and control his subordinates

Why Did We Join?

by Eileen Smith
An entertaining account of the author's years as a WAAF at RAF East Kirkby in Lincolnshire during World War II.