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Books on Supermarine Spitfires of World War Two
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Spitfire (Warbird History)
by Jeffrey L. Ethell, Steve Pace (Contributor)
Paperback - 128 pages
Motorbooks International; ISBN: 0760303002
 
Spitfire : RAF Fighter (Living History , Vol 6)
by Dan Patterson (Photographer), Ron Dick
Paperback - 64 pages (December )
Howell Pr; ISBN: 1574270710
 
The Battle of Britain
by Len Deighton & Max Hastings
Listed under Battle of Britain

Spitfire : The Combat History
by Robert Jackson
Hardcover - 194 pages
Motorbooks International; ISBN: 076030193X

Spitfire (Sovereign Series)
by Stewart Wilson
Four dozen specially commissioned color side-view drawings illustrate this legendary fighter's multitude of variants and operational liveries during and immediately after World War II. A chronological history of the aircraft follows its development from conception through its exceptional combat record and eventual retirement. Numerous sidebars highlight the Spitfire's operational history, personalities behind the drawing boards and in the cockpits, political influences, and other points of interest. Amazon.com
Paperback - 184 pages
Australian Aviation; ISBN: 1875671455

Spitfire : The History
by Eric Morgan, Edward Shacklady
Hardcover - 674 pages
Key Publishing Limited; ISBN: 0946219486

Spitfire 2 : The Canadians
by Robert Bracken, Ron Lowry
Hardcover
Boston Mills Pr; ISBN: 1550462679

Late Marque Spitfire Aces 1942-45 (Osprey Aircraft of the Aces, 5)
Alfred Price
Paperback / Published 1995

Malta : The Spitfire Year, 1942
by Christopher Shores, Brian Cull, Nicola Malizia
Listed under Malta WWII

Spitfire MkII Aces 1939-41 (Aircraft of the Aces , No 12)
Alfred Price
Paperback - 96 pages (December )
Osprey Pub Co; ISBN: 1855326272

Spitfire Mark V Aces 1941-45 (Aircraft of the Aces, No 16)
by Alfred Price
Paperback - 96 pages (November )
Stackpole Books; ISBN: 1855326353
 

Spitfire : Flying Legend : 60th Anniversary, 1936-96
by John Dibbs, Tony Holmes (Contributor)
Paperback: 196 pages
Stackpole Books; ISBN: 1841762105;
 
RAF Tangmere Revisited
by Anthony Saunders
This title is a pictorial look at one of the most famous stations in the history of the RAF. The author gathers a selection of photographs, including commentary on Tangmere after World War II, and the jet age. Some of the most famous names in the history of the RAF flew from Tangmere including Johnny Johnson and Douglas Bader, and its squadrons were considered to be among the finest in service. This book is a tribute to Tangmere, and should be enjoyed by aviation enthusiasts and historians everywhere. 
Paperback - 144 pages 1 edition (June 1, )
Sutton Publishing; ISBN: 075091906X
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Reach for the Sky
The story of Douglas Bader
Listed under Battle of Britain
 
The Spitfire Log : Sixtieth Anniversary Tribute
by Peter Haining (Editor)
Paperback - 144 pages 16th anniv edition
Souvenir Pr Ltd; ISBN: 0285633635
 
Spitfires and Polished Metal : Restoring the Classic Fighter
by Graham Moss, Barry McKee (Photographer), Paul Coggan
Paperback - 160 pages
Motorbooks International; ISBN: 0760307415

Spitfire : The Canadians
by Robert Bracken, Ron Lowry (Illustrator)
Hardcover
Stoddart Pub; ISBN: 1550461486

Bader's Tangmere Spitfires : The Untold Story, 1941
by Dilip Sarkar
Hardcover (November )
Haynes Pubns; ISBN: 1852605634
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Sigh for a Merlin : Testing the Spitfire
by Alex Henshaw
Hardcover (December )
Society of Automotive Engineer; ISBN: 0859790924
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Spitfire : A Test Pilot's Story
by Jeffrey Quill
Hardcover (June 1, )
Society of Automotive Engineer; ISBN: 0859790932
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Spitfire Offensive : A Fighter Pilot's War Memoir
by Norman Franks (Contributor), R. W. Sampson
Hardcover
Seven Hills Book Distributors; ISBN: 1898697027
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Supermarine Spitfire
by Mike Spick
Hardcover
Random House Value Pub; ISBN: 051718463X
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