British Aircraft of World War 2 - DVD & Compendium Gift Set

Release Date: 15 October 2012
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The Royal Air Force has defended Britain s skies and those of her allies since the early part of the 20th century, following the tradition of the Royal Flying Corps and the Royal Naval Air Service. Spawned from both the British Army and the Royal Navy, the RAF fought hard to maintain its independence after the successes of the First World War. It was not until the Second World War, however, that the RAF was able to demonstrate its true worth. This fascinating DVD, over two hours long, combines rare and unseen footage with newly shot film and expert opinion to tell the story of these momentous years, revealing tales of inspiration and bravery.


Discover the stories of engineering genius, Great British elbow grease and courage under fire that went into designing, building and flying the greatest British aircraft to see service during the Second World War. From the groundbreaking and iconic Spitfire which, along with the Hawker Hurricane, passed into legend thanks to its successes during the Battle of Britain; to the Avro Lancaster, the bomber used during the Dambuster Raid; to the Gloster Meteor, the RAF s very first jet fighter and the only Allied jet to see service during the war. This 64-page compendium features an in-depth look at 26 of the greatest aircraft ever to take to the skies of Britain.
Release Date: 15 October 2012

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Catalogue No: GRD3992