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Flak in World War II – New Book Sept 1st!

“There is no question in my mind that this is an important book on a fascinating subject.  It is essential for any serious library on military history, and I will be proud to add it to mine.  In the vernacular, Donald has scored a direct hit.” Stephen Quick Former Director General Canada Aviation and Space […]

Reviews for Fighting Cockpits!

Early reviews for Fighting Cockpits are in and the response is overwhelming!   The range of warbirds covered by Fighting Cockpits is truly amazing. Copious “Pilot Impressions” give the reader a first person glimpse of strapping on many of the most famous warbirds. Dan Patterson’s imagery puts the reader in the cockpit. Not easy with such cramped […]

New Documentary – The Elephant Plane

April 1st 1945. Germany is on the brink of utter defeat. To gain time and prepare their defenses the Germans needed to slow the Soviet advance. The bridges over the Vistula and Oder had to be destroyed. The question was, how? The new Mistel composite aircraft was not one of Hitler’s so called “wonder weapons”. […]

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