September 2023: Curtiss Mohawk – 23 photos

Each photograph is offered at a 300dpi res/13x8cm size making them available for a very good quality digital print, but also for Iphone/IPad, smartphone or computer screen (but should convert the image into […]

SQUADRONS! No.01: The Supermarine Spitfire Mk VI

The Spitfire Mk.VI is probably the less known fighter variant of this famous British fighter, and was disliked by most of the pilots who flew it.However, dispite this, the Mk.VI […]

SQUADRONS! No.02: The Republic Thunderbolt Mk. I

  In 40 pages, over 30 photos, the full history of the Thunderbolt Mk.I in the RAF is here described squadron by squadron with plenty of unpublished photos and material. […]

SQUADRONS! No.03: The Supermarine Spitfire Mk V in the Far East

In 32 pages, 25 photos, the full history of the Spitfire in the Far East is here described squadron by squadron with plenty of unpublished photos and material. Includes 6 colour profiles A4 format […]

SQUADRONS! No.04: The Boeing Fortress Mk. I

The full story of the Fortress Mk.I is here told, an experiment led by the British under the secret supervision of the Americans. Many things were learned by the British […]

SQUADRONS! No.05: The Supermarine Spitfire Mk XII

The Spitfire Mk.XII was the first Spitfire operational variant equipped with a Griffon engine. Only 100 were built with two RAF squadrons using this mark in operations in 1943 – […]

SQUADRONS! No.06: The Supermarine Spitfire Mk. VII

The Spitfire Mk. VII was the first attempt to re-work the airframe of the Spitfire. Dedicated to high altitude interception, the Mk.VII arrived actually too late for this, the Luftwaffe […]

SQUADRONS! No.07: The Supermarine Spitfire F.21

The Spitfire F.21 was the last Spitfire mark to be introduced into service before the end of WW2. It belongs to what we usually call the third generation of the […]

SQUADRONS! No.08: The Handley Page Halifax Mk. I

From before the end of the Great War the United Kingdom had coveted long-range bombers that were able to bomb the continent. Bomber Command, formed in 1936, was a major […]