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A new Publication from Fonthill Media ‘Lightning Strikes: The Lockheed P-38’ by Steve Blake tells the full story of one of the most successful aircraft of the Second World War.
Fonthill Media has published ‘Scottish Military Aerodromes of the 1920s and 1930s’ written by Malcolm Fife. It’s an overview of all Scottish military aerodromes and landing grounds that existed between 1920 and 1939
Fonthill Media is to publish later this month the definitive history of Sunbeam Motor Car Company, one of the great innovators of aero-engine British aviation and the R.34 airship written by Alec Brew
Luck is my Shadow by Terry Adcock and published by Fonthill Media tells the story of a fighter and bomber pilot during the Cold War
Super Snooper is a new book by Bob Archer and published by Fontill media looking at the Evolution and Service Career of the Specialist Boeing RC-135 with the 55th Wing and Associated Units
UK Airfields Past and Present A Directory of Airfields in the British Isles from 1908 to 2018 by Grant Peerless is a new book published by Fonthill Media
De Havilland and Hatfield 1936-1993 by Philip Birtles is a new book from Fonthill Media provides a comprehensive and illustrated history of de Havilland and Hatfield Aerodrome from 1936 until closure in 1993
Fonthill Media has published ‘A Detailed History of RAF Manston 1945-1999’ written by Joe Bamford, John Williams and Peter Gallagher. Its the fourth and final volume of this superb series detailing the history of Britain’s most distinguished RAF station
Fonthill Media has published 'Boulton Paul Aircraft Since 1915' written by Alec Brew
Another book published from the Fonthill Media house is ‘The Aztec Eagles’ by Walter S. Zapotoczny Jr which describes the role of the Mexican Expeditionary Force 201st Fighter Squadron of the Second World War
Fonthill Media has published ‘Enemy at the Gates’ by Justo Miranda which describes some of the panic fighters projects from the Second World War
Fonthill Media has sent Aeroscale news of a new publication: Royal Air Force Command ‘Defence of the Realm’ 1936-1945 written by Ron Mackay
Fonthill Media has published ‘Skybolt At Arm’s Length’ by Nicholas Hill a look at proposed RAF missile systems during the Cold War
Fonthill Media has published ‘Red Star and Roundel’ A Shared Century by Philip Wilkinson
A new book from Fonthill Media ‘Autogiro Pioneer’ The Life of Jack Richardson by Nicholas Richardson provides a vivid and extraordinary account of a leading pioneer pilot of the autogiro and helicopter
Per Ardua is a new book written by Philip Keeble and David Gledhill and published by Fonthill Media describes the road to becoming operational on the frontline from a Cold War pilot and navigator’s own experiences
The Messerschmitt 210/410 Story by Jan Forsgren will be published soon by Fonthill Media. It’s concise and heavily illustrated history of the Luftwaffe’s Messerschmitt Me 210 and Me 410 heavy fighters
Fonthill Media is to shortly publish ‘Soviet Bombers of the Second World War’ by Jason Nicholas Moore
Fonthill Media is to shortly publish ‘Short Brothers The Rochester Years’ by Philip MacDougallt
Brian Cull and Frederick Galea have written comprehensive history of the FAA’s leading fighter squadron of the Second World War: 806 Naval Air Squadron with many previously unpublished photographs
Fonthill Media has published Blue Streak Britain’s Medium Range Ballistic Missile written by John Boyes
Fonthill Media has sent Aeroscale details of a new book ‘The United States Air Force in Britain’ by Darren Willmin
Fonthill Media has published a new book ‘American Aircraft Development of the Second World War Research, Experimentation and Modification 1939-1945’ by Bill Norton
Fonthill Media has published a book by David J. Bailey looking at the history of 610 (County of Chester) Auxilary Air Force Squadron between 1936 to 1940
Fonthill Media has published a pictorial history of Ramsgate Municipal Airport by Anthony John Moor
Fonthill Media has published ‘A Cold War Fighter Pilot in Peacetime and War’ by Derek J. Sharp. The fascinating story of a grammar schoolboy who became a fighter pilot, survived a horrendous aircraft accident and fought back to fly heads of state and royalty
Bomber Squadron Men Who Flew with XV Squadron by Martyn R. Ford Jones is an updated version by Fonthill Media of a book published thirty years ago. Based on personal interviews, Bomber Command aircrews who served with XV Squadron reveal the horrors of operations over Germany during WWII
‘Letters from a Lancaster Gunner’ by Helen Thompson is a new publication from Fonthill Media follows the journey of Flt Lieutenant Joseph Thompson training and service as a gunner on the Lancaster
Fonthill Media has published British Army Training in Canada Flying Above the Prairie by Guy Warner
Fonthill Media has published a fascinating new book titled 'Bristol Scout 1264 Rebuilding Granddad’s Aircraft' by - David Bremner
Fonthill Media will be publishing towards the end of the month ‘Thunder Through the Valleys’, Low Level Flying - Low Level Photography by Philip Stevens
New from Fonthill Media comes an in-depth study of the Hawker Typhoon and Tempest.
Fonthill Media is to publish ‘Soviet Strategic Bombers, The Hammer in the Hammer and the Sickle’ by Jason Nicholas Moore. It’s a comprehensive reference work on all Soviet strategic bombers after the Second World War, including experimental aircraft and projects.
Fonthill Media have released a book titeled Fuel, Fire and Fear: RAF Flight Engineers at War, which is about the development of the complex role in keeping large bombers in the air by RAF flight engineers during 1941 to 1946.
Fonthill Media are to release in May a book dedicated to the History of the Gloster Javelin: The First All Weather British Fighter.
A couple of new books on the way covering Focke Wulf Jets and the rise and fall of the French Air Force.
Fonthill Media are to release in December a book dedicated to the Liberators over the Atlantic which hunted the German Uboats.
Fonthill Media's latest release is an account of flying the F-105 Thunderchief in Vietnam.
A new publication from Fonthill Media “Undarkened Skies: The American Aircraft Building Programme of the First World War” by Paul R. Hare examines the history of American aircraft manufacturing during the latter years of the WWI
Fonthill Media latest book ‘Sustaining Air Power’ by Trevor Stone explores the history of RAF logistics from 1918 until the RAF’s withdrawal from Afghanistan in 2014
A new book is on the way that will illustrate the use of Nose Art on American helicopters during the Vietnam War.
Fonthill Media has published ‘RAF Liberators Over Burma’ a book by Bill Kirkness DFM and Matt Poole, the former having flown with 159 Squadron during WWII in India
Fonthill media will be publlishing towards the end of September “The Zeppelin” An Illustrated History by Phil Carradice
Fonthill Media has published ‘Gone but not Forgotten’ by Alan Phillips a book that covers seventy well-known large and small British airlines that have ceased operating since 1946. Famous names gone but not forgotten…
Fonthill Media has published ‘Umberto Nobile’ by Garth Cameron a book inspired by the adventure and politics during the search for the airship Italia lost in the Arctic in the late 1920s
Fonthill Media latest release ’Flying into the Storm’ by Cris Sams covers RAF’s bomber offensives around the world in the first two years of WWII
Fonthill Media has published ‘The complete story of the de Havilland Vampire’ by David Watkins
‘Northern Q’ is a new book by Ian Smith Watson and published by Fonthill media, recounting the history of Royal Air Force station at Leuchars
"Britain’s Victory, Denmark’s Freedom" by Mikkel Plannthin and published by Fonthill Media offers the most comprehensive account of the story ever written of the 250 men and women from Denmark that volunteered for Allied Air Forces during WWII
Fonthill Media has published RAF Acklington, Guardian of the Northern Skies by Malcolm Fife. It’s a comprehensive history of one of northern England’s most important fighter fields during the Second World War