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paulmcmillan
7th November 2008, 21:43
I got a flyer from Colin Cummings (Nimbus Publishing) who has written a series of books on post ww2 RAF losses. His new book will be published on 1st February 2009. The title of it is "Through Without Anger". It lists over 1000 transport and special duties aircraft lost through accidents or enemy action.

It also lists assault gliders lost in training and occasionally in action are also noted (including those irrecoverable after flown into action)

The book is 630 pages and the layout is like his other books.

The price will be 22.00 plus 3.00 and will be available from the author. I do not have his email address but the address is

Nimbus Publishing
October House
Yelvertoft
Northampton
NN6 6LF

If anyone is interested the cheque should be payable to Colin Cummings

I am not connected to this book in anyway.

Amrit
7th November 2008, 22:15
Thanks for the update Paul. I've only just gotten around to buying LAST TAKE-OFF: RAF Aircraft Losses 1950-53 so this is a handy addition

A

dave bristol
13th December 2008, 10:45
My copy arrived by post today. Based on a quick perusal it contains much useful information. In my opinion an ideal Christmas present

Also enclosed was a note from Colin regarding his forthcoming book "Category Five", which will be basically an amalgamation of "Lost To Service" and "To Fly No More" with extended coverage to 2008. (Both of the earlier books are no longer in print).

Colin will also be offering the new accident information (but not the updates) on a CD. Also a special discount will be offered to those who already have the current volumes.

All profits will go yo the RAF Museum and the Assault Glider Project Trust.

I should say I have no commercial interest in these books.

Dave Molyneux

paulmcmillan
13th December 2008, 13:06
Dave

So it is out now not December - I will have to send cheque today - Good job getting money for xmas!


Thanks for heads up!

Paul

Bruno
16th December 2008, 19:58
Hello,

Is there an other possibility to pay for non-UK residents like PayPal?
Thanks in advance.

Bruno

Chris Pointon
17th December 2008, 15:41
Bruno - contact Colin at nimbuspublishingATtiscali.co.uk - replace the AT with the obvious @ .

Chris

Bruno
18th December 2008, 15:19
Hello,

I do it!
Thanks.

Bruno