Own this fitting tribute to “The Few”
A unique, double memento of two proud foes.
Winning the Battle of BritainThe long hot summer of 1940, vapour trails snaked across the skies of southern England, recording life and death dogfights between the RAF and Germany’s Luftwaffe. The few – 2936 young pilots – stood between us and Hitler’s terror. “Get me some Spitfires” German fighter ace Adolf Galland told Nazi Luftwaffe boss Herman Goering. No matter what the German war machine threw at it, the mighty Spitfire just kept coming back for more. Even the ferocious Messerschmitt Bf 109 could not get the better of it.
That’s why we’ve paired these two legendary Battle of Britain foes for you to commemorate. Both die-cast metal models are recreated in perfect 1:72 scale, with genuine liveries sourced from official government archives. You can own these incredible models for just £2.99, a saving of £26.99 on the usual price of £29.98, with FREE p&p! Each comes with its own plinth emblazoned with the plane’s name and arrives with a fully illustrated informative 4-page booklet. Order today, and you will also receive a FREE Spitfire keyring and a stirring ‘Tally Ho!’ print by military artist Mark Littlejohn worth £4.99.
And that’s not all. Order now and you’ll be placed on our priority delivery service – each month you will receive the latest pair of legendary Duelling Fighter Planes. As an added bonus with your next two deliveries, you will also receive exclusive FREE gifts. Read on to find out how to take advantage of this unmissable offer.
Meticulous historical accuracy and an unbeatable offerOnce you receive your Spitfire and Messerschmitt models there’s no doubt you’ll want to see the next exclusive pair of legendary fighter planes we have created for you – the Hawker Hurricane Mk1 and the Junkers Ju-87B Stuka. These two warplanes fought many epic battles including Dunkirk, where the Hurricane valiantly fought off the Luftwaffe to keep the skies clear above the retreating Allied troops. The Stuka, with its gull-wings, fixed undercarriage and shrieking siren specialised in precision dive-bombing.
Every historically-important detail has been recreated in each of these 1:72 scale die-cast metal replicas. Even the paintwork and camouflage have been carefully matched to the FED-STD-595B world standard. Incredible!
These magnificent warplanes will arrive with some outstanding FREE gifts. Along with a FREE 4-page colour booklet, you will receive a fascinating ‘Fighter Legends of WWII’ DVD worth £9.99! But it doesn’t stop there – we will also send you a huge 50% Discount voucher, which means you get BOTH the Hurricane and Stuka models for ONLY £14.99 plus £3.49 p&p – that really is a full £14.99 off the normal price of £29.98 for both fighter planes. In fact, that’s one of the warplanes for FREE!
A Fitting tribute to the ‘flyboys’ of WWIIIt doesn’t stop there! Accept your next pair of exclusive Duelling Fighter Plane models, with 4-page booklet, for the incredible price of just £29.98 (plus £3.49 p&p) and we will also send you a FREE storage box for you to keep your growing collection of booklets safe and readily at hand. It's an incredible offer, and remember you don’t need to send us any money now and there is no commitment – ever! You only have to pay for any of the replicas you decide to keep – that’s the Atlas Editions satisfaction guarantee!
Creating this inspiring collection is the least we could do to commemorate the brave pilots of WWII. In this modern era, when handling a jet fighter is more like playing a computer game than flying a plane, this collection is a timely reminder that the pilots of the past were true aces, literally operating on a wing and a prayer as they fought duels to the death over the battlefields of Europe and beyond. In 1939 many fighter planes were little more than ‘crates’, hastily-constructed bundles of metal, wood, wire and string. As the war progressed the planes improved in speed, firepower and efficiency, but one thing remained constant through the conflict: the heroism of ‘the Few’, the young men that took to the skies knowing that each sortie could be their last.