How the Germans saw the 'Spitfire' in 1935

Now available: A lovely specimen of a mid-1930s German foreign military aircraft recognition manual, published 4 years prior to the commencement of WW2.


£28 : More illustrations and details at TheUKRarityShop.com/2094.htm

Very special personal courage would have been shown by the compiler of this WW2 notebook

Now available: An original manuscript notebook containing pencilled notes and sketches by a member of the Royal Engineers No 10 Bomb Disposal Unit operating during WW2 in the Manchester area.



£95 : More illustrations and details at TheUKRarityShop.com/2088.htm

Bombs were not the only objects to fall from the sky on Britain in WW2

Now available: An original WW2 official Restricted publication designed to assist British civil defence workers and police officers to recognise, and evaluate the danger of, the many different types of objects falling from the wartime skies in Britain.



£55 : More illustrations and details at TheUKRarityShop.com/2095.htm