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Pen & Sword Aviation is one of the company's largest imprints. By teaming up with some of the worlds leading aviation experts we are able to offer an unrivalled list of aviation publications. Many of our titles include stunning colour photographs and our colour profiles are now world renowned. We cover the first flights of early aviation pioneers right through to modern day conflicts and unmanned aircraft.

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Alan Bott's first volume of wartime memories is a good and interesting read.

Over the Front

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FlyPast

“If you like being strapped into a fighter cockpit and churning and burning in afterburner (or reheat as the Brits call it), you'll love Squadron Leader Michael Napier's story! A great read, it takes you on a journey from youth, through training, and into the lethality of combat ops over the skies of Iraq. I found myself gripped by the details of squadron life, of insights into the complexities of functioning in a coalition of different air forces in a foreign land, and of the gut fear of first combat. Napier's recount of his life and times is a must read for anybody with a passion for fast flying and crushing g-forces.” Mike Mullane, NASA Astronaut (Ret.),Col., USAF (Ret), Author: Riding Rockets, Outrageous Tales of a Space Shuttle Astronaut.

Mike Mullane, NASA Astronaut (Ret.),Col., USAF (Ret), Author: Riding Rockets, Outrageous Tales of a Space Shuttle Astronaut.

Japan's most famous fighter has been the subject of many books, so this new one has to offer a good account, which it does admirably. An interesting a well-researched look at the A6M Zero series.

Aeroplane Monthly

William Wedgwood Benn, first Viscount Stansgate, was an important figure in the politics of the Left…casts much light on the evolution of British radicalism, and on the legacy which he bequeathed to his son, Tony.

Professor Vernon Bogdanor, King's College, London