Publications

SQUADRONS! No.27: The Supermarine Spitfire Mk V – The ‘Bombay’ Squadrons

Paradoxically, the Mk.V, which ended up being the most numerous variant of the famous fighter built, was not even an intended development of the design. Indeed, it was only considered […]

SQUADRONS! No.28: The Consolidated B-24 Liberator – The Australians

The Consolidated B-24 Liberator was the most produced heavy bomber of WW2 with close to 19,000 units built. The design was progressively improved during the war and Consolidated developed variants […]

SQUADRONS! No.29: The Supermarine Spitfire Mk. XVI – The Dominions

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.30: The Supermarine Spitfire Mk V – The Belgian and Dutch Squadrons

Paradoxically, the Mk.V, which ended up being the most numerous variant of the famous fighter built, was not even an intended development of the design. Indeed, it was only considered […]

SQUADRONS! No.31: The Supermarine Spitfire Mk V – The New Zealanders

Paradoxically, the Mk.V, which ended up being the most numerous variant of the famous fighter built, was not even an intended development of the design. Indeed, it was only considered […]

SQUADRONS! No.32: The Supermarine Spitfire Mk V – The Norwegians

Paradoxically, the Mk.V, which ended up being the most numerous variant of the famous fighter built, was not even an intended development of the design. Indeed, it was only considered […]

SQUADRONS! No.33: The Brewster Buffalo

The Brewster Buffalo was born as the Brewster F2A for the United States Navy. It was the first monoplane fighter to be introduced into USN service. At the end of […]

SQUADRONS! No.34: The Supermarine Spitfie Mk II – The Foreign squadrons

Once production of the Spitfire Mk.I was underway, an improved version was looked at based around the 1175hp Merlin XII. The Spitfire Mk.II, or Supermarine 329 as its constructor named […]

SQUADRONS! No.35: The Martin Marauder Mk II

In March 1941 the Lend-Lease agreement was approved by Congress and this breathed new life into the Commonwealth war effort. The RAF was able to study new types and the […]