Publications

  This title is now replaced by SQUADRONS! No. 13 - The Martin Marauder Mk. I, and updated and revised version. Even though the history of the Marauder is generally …

The BT-1 belongs to the category of warplanes which just missed, in this case by a couple of weeks, having an operational role in WW2 and has for all practical…

The Westland Whirlwind belongs to that category of aircraft which entered production but failed to live up to their designers' expectations. Its unreliable engines can be seen as a major…

After the December 1941 attack on Pearl Harbour the Pacific based squadrons of RNZAF began to receive modern US warplanes. Under the command of Squadron Leader T.J. McLean de Lange,…

The Grumman FF, even if it is not particularly well known, is important in that it was the start a long dynasty of carrier-based fighters for the USN which included…

  This title won't be available in electronic format as being now replaced by another titl - SQUADRONS! No.4 - a revised edition of AW07 with new photos and new material. The…

  This title is currently not available in electronic format. Turret equipped fighters became operational with the Royal Air Force during WW2 as the result of the British Government’s ongoing…

The B-25 Mitchell was one of the most numerous medium bombers used in WW2, and it fought with three major users, the Americans, the Soviets and the British. However other…

The Hawker Fury was the first RAF fighter able to fly at a speed exceeding 200 mph in level flight. Part-1 narrates the development and production of the Fury and…