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Old 1st December 2007, 10:22
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BOOK LAUNCH AND PILOT SIGNING

STOP PRESS

Come and meet WW2 Fighter & Bomber pilot legends, whom will be signing copies of their books at
The Aviation Bookshop in Tunbridge Wells on the 8th & 9th of December from 11am – 3pm each day

Saturday 8th December

DRAGON RAMPANT
The Story of No.234 Fighter Squadron

Wing Cdr Bob Doe DFC – Spitfires, Ray Stebbings – Mustangs
Sqd Ldr Edelston AFC – Meteor, Air Cdr Dennis Caldwell F86
Group Capt. Nigel Walpole – Hunter, Air Cdr Dick Garwood – Hawk

TED THE LAD
A Schoolboy who went to War
Ted Cachart – Lancaster Wireless Operator/Air Gunner

BADER LAST FIGHT
An in-Depth Investigation of a Great WWII Mystery
Andy Saunders - Author

Sunday 9th December - GRUB ST PUBLISHING DAY

BADERS LAST FIGHT
An in-Depth Investigation of a Great WWII Mystery
Andy Saunders - Author

TON UP LANCS
A History of Thirty Five RAF Lancasters that each completed One Hundred Sorties
Ron Clark DFC Lancaster Pilot Phantom of the Ruhr & Norman Franks - Author

HURRICANE R4118
The Extraordinary Story of the Discovery and Restoration of a great Battle of Britain Survivor
Wing Commander Bob Foster DFC Battle of Britain Fighter Pilot

FIVE OF THE MANY
Survivors of the Bomber Command offensive from The Battle of Britain to Victory tell their story
Sqd Ldr Tony Iverson DFC - Spitfire & Lancaster Pilot & Steve Darlow - Author

FIVE OF THE FEW
Survivors of the Battle of Britain and the Blitz tell their story
John Ellacombe - Spitfire Pilot & Steve Darlow - Author

SPIRIT OF THE BLUE
Peter Ayerst – A Fighter Pilot’s Story
Wing Commander Peter Ayerst DFC WW2 Fighter Ace and Vickers-Supermarine Test Pilot

TED THE LAD
A Schoolboy who went to War
Ted Cachart – Lancaster Wireless Operator/Air Gunner

For more information: www.aviation-bookshop.com
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