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This new anthology is a partnership between the Royal Air Force Club and BAE Systems to bring together the art collections of both, celebrating not only the centenary of the RAF, but also that of the RAF Club. As both collections are private, this is the first time many of these stunning works of art have been made available for general enjoyment. Telling the story of the RAF with a particular emphasis on its people and their professionalism, dedication, bravery, heroism, and spirit, the book illustrates how Trenchard’s founding aspirations have been fulfilled in the past and points to how relevant they will be in the future, as the RAF moves into its second century. Told in a narrative and readable style and illustrated in full colour with works of art from the collections of its sponsors, each work of art is captioned with interesting details about the subject. The book features 102 full colour plates by iconic aviation artists such as Frank Wooton, Michael Rondot, Mark Bromley and David Shepherd, along with 20 specially commissioned pencil vignettes by Mandy Shepherd. A full list and biography of all the artists whose work appears is also included. Price £35.00 plus P&P Large, hardback, landscape, format book (340 x 250mm) of 285 pages ISBN: 9 781912 584031 A donation from every book sold will be donated to the RAF Club.
A book written by Henry Probert and Michael Gilbert which talks about the history of the RAF Club.
Includes three updates
The book, published to mark the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain, tells the remarkable story of the "Few" and is testament to the courageous pilots of Sir Hugh Dowding's Fighter Command in a defining moment in English History, and of the nation's character, during the legendary summer of 1940. The names of all Battle of Britain airmen are reproduced in a highly readable, full colour andwell-illustrated account of the RAF's finest hour with a donation of £1 for every book sold which be paid to the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund.
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