Top of the Clocks is a specialist manufacturer of wall clocks, and many of their designs have a ‘retro’ or wartime feel that is bound to appeal to the discerning FlyPast reader.
The Bremont watch company and the Bletchley Park Trust have collaborated on the release of Codebreaker, a new Bremont limited edition watch.
Stuka Attack! The Dive-bombing assault on England during the Battle of Britain, Andy Saunders, Grub Street,192pp, illus, hbk, £20, ISBN 9781908117359.
Polish Air Force Aces, Robert Gretzyngier, Wojtek Matusiak and Józef Zieliński, SWAT/Bellona, 188pp, illus, hbk, £29.99, ISBN 9788311123946.
Buccaneer Boys – True tales by those who flew the ‘last all-British bomber’, Air Cdre Graham Pitchfork, Grub Street, 224pp, illus, hbk, £20, ISBN 9781909166110.
Remembering the Canadian Yanks, Tom Walsh, Publish America, 350pp, hbk, £26.95
‘Ops’: Victory At All Costs – Their War, Their Words, Andrew R B Simpson, Tattered Flag Press, 440pp, illus, hbk, £25
The Armed Rovers – Beauforts and Beaufighters over the Mediterranean, by Roy Conyers Nesbit, Pen & Sword, 224pp, illus, hbk, £19.99
The Dambusters Vol 1: The Rise of Precision Bombing March 1943-May 1944, by Sam Olsen, Crecy, 464pp, illus, hbk, £44.99
Victor Boys – True stories from 40 memorable years of the last V Bomber, by Tony Blackman, Grub Street, 192pp, illus, hbk, £20