Publications

SQUADRONS! No.09: The Forgotten Fighters

During WW2, the RAF, RAAF and the RCAF used numerous American built fighters. Some were used with success, but other not and this, for various reasons. This book is listing […]

SQUADRONS! No.10: The North American Mustang IV in Western Europe

The North American P-51 is among the most famous fighters of WW2, and the P-51D probably the model the most known. The RAF became a late user of this model […]

SQUADRONS! No.11: The North American Mustang IV over Italy and the Balkans

The North American P-51 is among the most famous fighters of WW2, and the P-51D probably the model the most known. The RAF became a late user of this model […]

SQUADRONS! No.12: The Supermarine Spitfire Mk. XVI – The British

The Spitfire XVI is one of the Spitfire mark to have been so far little covered in depth. It was actually a Mk. IX engined with an American built Packard […]

SQUADRONS! No.13: The Martin Marauder Mk. I

Even though the history of the Marauder is generally pretty well known, the history of the Marauder Mk.I has been overshadowed for many reasons, the main one being that only […]

SQUADRONS! No.14: The Spitfire Mk. VIII in the Southwest Pacific – The British

Designed before the Mk. IX, but following it into service because its radical design changes would have meant production delays when time was of the essence, the Spitfire Mk. Vlll […]

SQUADRONS! No.15: The Gloster Meteor F.I & F.III

The Gloster Meteor was the first British jet fighter and the Allies’ only operational jet aircraft during the Second World War. For the Meteor, the main issue was to find […]

SQUADRONS! No.16: The NA Mitchell – The Dutch, French & Poles

The Mitchell was one of the major medium bombers of the Second World War. It was operated by many air forces during the war including the RAF. The RAF received […]

SQUADRONS! No.17: The Curtiss Mohawk

  The Curtiss Hawk 75 was the export version of the USAAC Curtiss P-36 that became, from 1936 onwards, the standard American single-seat fighter and represented a big step forward […]