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The Naval & Military Press launched its first printed booklist back in 1990 and, including special issues, we have produced over 200 in the years since. The booklists contain the majority of our current special offers and new titles.
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We proudly announce on Booklist 169 Chris Hobson’s masterclass of aeronautical research, Airmen Died in the Second World War 1939-45. This is the first comprehensive and detailed record to be published of all British, Commonwealth, Dominion and European Allied airmen who died while under Royal Air Force control or with their own national air services during the Second World War. A total of nearly 129,000 airmen and airwomen are listed, with details including their unit, base, place of residence and cause of death where known, and also including aircraft types and serial numbers.
With this comprehensive work available both as a fully searchable database and also in printed book form, it is no exaggeration to say that this record is now the most significant of all primary sources of information regarding RAF casualties and aircraft losses during the Second World War, and as a database it is a real game-changer for the aviation historian, family historian, local historian, National Museum or Institution, or medal collector.
The 400+ books that fill the catalogue to the brim are as is our policy: handpicked for quality of writing, and covering the subject matter of conflict on land, sea and air with aplomb!