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RAF Register series (sample cover shown)

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James J Halley

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The Royal Air Force Register books list aircraft of the Royal Air Force in serial order and provide details of each aircraft, the units which flew it and its final fate.

Appendices list presentation aircraft, details of the types contained in the volume and any additional information relating to the serial batch.

RAF AA100-AZ999
Aircraft within the serial range AA to AZ were delivered to the Royal Air Force between June 1940 and November 1943, the earliest aircraft being impressed civil types and aircraft which arrived from France in June 1940 to continue the struggle.

British-made types include the Defiant, Spitfire, Oxford, Wellington, Blenheim, Whitley, Hampden, Beaufort and Anson. But what is striking is the flood of aircraft from across the Atlantic ­ these include the Boston, Hudson, Ventura, Mustang, Baltimore, Harvard, Havoc, Airacobra, Tomahawk, Kittyhawk, Liberator, Catalina, Vengeance, Mohawk and Nomad. The extensive listing of these imports demonstrates that Roosevelt's promise of December 1940 that America would be the 'arsenal of democracy' was not empty propaganda. A4 Softback 124 Pages

RAF BA100-BZ999
The aircraft in the BA-BZ range were delivered to the Royal Air Force between September 1940 and November 1944. They included very large numbers of Hurricanes and Spitfires, many of which were shipped overseas.
Also to be found in this 144-page softback volume from Jim Halley are Liberators, Mohawks and Stirlings, plus various captured and impressed aircraft. There is a list of presentation aircraft and a selection of black and white photographs.

RAF DA100-DZ999
Jim Halley’s indispensable review of the DA-DZ range particularly features Mosquitos, Sunderlands, Beauforts, several runs of Tiger Moths, Oxfords, Wellingtons, Halifaxes, Ansons, Masters, Typhoons, Lancasters and Wellingtons most of them delivered in 1942 and 1943. A run of Gloster F.9/40 prototypes hints at what is to follow, and a sprinkling of impressed civil aircraft adds to the variety.
A4 softback, 112 pages, 22 black and white photographs.

RAF EA100-EZ999
Jim Halley's in-depth reviews of RAF aircraft, this book gives the history of every aircraft in the EA-EZ sequence. With 136 illustrated A4 pages, it expands vastly on the original edition. As usual, it includes the squadrons and units served by each aircraft and their fate.

The EA-EZ sequence included large batches of Halifaxes, Whitleys, Oxfords, Lancasters, Meteors, Stirlings, Ansons, Blenheims, Tempests, Typhoons, Beaufighters, Masters, Tiger Moths, Liberators, Harvards and, particularly,

RAF XA100-XZ999
Unlike our other books in this series, this covers a long time span ­ basically the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. It covers a huge range of types and is guaranteed to evoke memories for thousands of former RAF personnel.

Propeller-driven aircraft include the Marathon, Beverley, Provost, Pioneer and Twin Pioneer, Shackleton, Pembroke, Heron, Britannia, Argosy, Belfast, Andover, Beagle 206, Hercules, Jetstream and Bulldog. Jets include the Javelin, Vulcan, Victor, Sabre, Vampire, Jet Provost, Valiant, Swift, Hunter, Lightning, Canberra, Comet, Gnat, Buccanneer, VC-10, Dominie, Phantom, Nimrod, Harrier and Jaguar. Helicopters include the Dragonfly, Whirlwind, Sycamore, Belvedere, Wessex, Puma, Sea King, Gazelle. And let¹s not forget the Venture glider!

Each individual aircraft¹s serial and type, with details of the units that flew it and its final fate given. Batch headings show the period during which each batch was delivered, the production source and contract number.
For aircraft sold intact at the end of their service, details of maintenance units, foreign air arms and civilian owners are also given with first serials/registrations. Serial blocks for FAA, AAC, other non-RAF and cancelled batches included.

Numerous photographs. 128 pages A4 softback.

RAF P1000-R9999
The P and R series included a large proportion of the aircraft that were delivered to the Royal Air Force from summer 1939 through to 1943. Training types in this range included the Oxford, Magister, Harvard, Proctor, Tiger Moth and Anson. Bombers included the Hampden, Wellington, Whitley, Manchester and Lancaster. Fighters included large batches of Hurricanes and Spitfires, plus Whirlwinds and Typhoons. That formidable maritime weapon, the Sunderland, is also to be found along with smaller number of transport types such as the Dragon Rapide and Flamingo. This is a valuable reference for students of the World War Two aerial conflict.

This second edition expands greatly on the original 1970s book. The squadrons and units that operated each aircraft are given, along with its fate. A4 softback. 184 pages. Numerous photographs.

RAF T1000-V9999 **** SORRY - SOLD OUT ****
Although there were a few 'one-off' aircraft in the T and V serial ranges, they were mostly devoted to huge batches delivered in the earlier years of World War Two, with training types such as the Tiger Moth, Master, Magister and Oxford particularly evident. Also to be found are Hudsons, Lysanders, Blenheims, Wellingtons, Beaufighters, Defiants, Wellingtons, Albemarles and Hurricanes.

This second edition greatly expands the detail on crashes and takes advantage of numerous official files that were discovered by James J Halley. Most of the represented types are illustrated.

A4 softback. 156 pages.

OTHER TITLES: There are many other books that were published in this series but these are no longer in stock by Air-Britain as new books. However, you may wish to check our second/used book items in stock (e-mail us using the Contact Us button). We are also aware of many of these books being sold privately on the e-bay website which you may wish to check (Air-Britain is not related to or liable for the books sold on e-bay and your relationship is diectly beteen you and the seller/e-bay terms of sale).


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