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The Rhydymwyn Valley History Society holds a large stock of books which are available to members for research.
Download the Bibliography file, in Adobe pdf Adobe PDF format format, for a list of all titles available.

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One The Rhydymwyn Valley History Society holds copies of documents from The National Archives which are available to members for research.
Download the TNA Documents file, in Adobe pdf Adobe PDF format format, for a list of all titles available.

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Two These documents are available for download from our site in Adobe pdf Adobe PDF format format:

 

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HMS Queen

The History of HMS Queen: A World War II Lend Lease Escort Aircraft
David Godfrey Weaver

Hardcover: 260 pages
Publisher: David Godfrey Weaver, Hong Kong
Published: 2 Dec 2004
Cost: £65 including postage
ISBN-10: 9889727218
ISBN-13: 978-9889727215

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Stations of Coastal Command

Stations of Coastal Command - Then and Now
David Smith

Publisher: After The Battle
Published: February 2016, UK
Cost: £37.50
ISBN-13: 978-781870 067874

"Coastal Command, created in 1936 alongside Fighter and Bomber Commands in the reorganisation of the RAF in its preparations for the coming war, was Britain’s mainstay in the battle against the German submarine. As more and more Allied merchantmen were sunk during the long voyage from North America, the Mediterranean, and points south, tracking down the U-Boats became a constant struggle against harsh weather on long-distance patrols out over the Atlantic and Bay of Biscay."

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