Wing Over Three Continents: Diary of an Air Observer, 1939-1945

In 1939 and 1940 thousands of young men decided that they would have to take up arms for their country in the war against Germany. Charles Collins was just one of them, and this is the story of his war, told in his own words through his diary, his journal and his letters home to…


Genre: Aviation, Librario, Military History, Non-fiction
Subjects: Chindits, North Africa, RAF, Sicily, World War II

Cawnpore To Cromar: The MacRoberts of Douneside

In the darkest days of World War II, Rachel MacRobert’s very personal challenge to the Nazis inspired the British public to battle on. Alone, without a husband by her side and mourning the loss of her three aviator sons, she travelled the country  to raise morale. But words were not enough: with boldness and imagination…


Genre: History, Librario, Military History, Non-fiction, Scottish history
Subjects: MacRobert, MacRobert’s Reply, Nazis, Rachel MacRobert, RAF, Sir Alexander MacRobert, Tarland, World War II

Naught Escapes Us: The Story Of 206 Squadron

No 206 Squadron began its life with the formation of the Royal Air Force in April 1918. Like many other units, it was absorbed into the fledgling RAF from its previous existence as No 6 Squadron RNAS, formed in December 1916. This is the story of the unit from its early days in World War…


Genre: Librario, Military History, Non-fiction
Subjects: 206 Squadron, Aviation, Berlin Air Lift, Christmas Island, RAF, World War I, World War II