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Under The Radar: The Watson-Watt Series, Volume 1

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Volume 1: The Remarkable Life of Sir Robert Watson-Watt

This will be a limited, first edition biography of Sir Robert Watson-Watt, covering the period from 1892-1935. Limited quantities available, and not available in stores.

Pre-order price

$50 (CAD)

 ** This is a pre-order exclusive and this publication will not be made available in stores.** 

What You Get

A signed exclusive First Edition limited edition book of 'Under The Radar- The Remarkable Life of Sir Robert Watson-Watt'. This is the first volume of our three volume series.  You will also receive a thank you credit within the book acknowledgements. The book will include a thank you message from Blake Parnham, Sir Robert's great-grandson.

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Free shipping on this item.

Availability

Anticipated release date---November 2019.

Available quantities

There will be limited printing run of 1,000 copies.

Under The Radar: The Watson-Watt Series, Volume 2.

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Volume 2: The Heroic Life of Sir Robert Watson-Watt

Covering the period from 1936-1952,  this installment will provide an extensive overview of the development of British radar technology, The Daventry Experiment, and the years leading up to the Battle of Britain. We will then examine Sir Robert's post WW2 life and career leading up to his eventual migration to Canada and his marriage to Lady Jean Watson-Watt. 

Pre-order price

$50 (CAD)

 ** This is a pre-order exclusive and this publication will not be made available in stores.** 

What You Get

A signed exclusive First Edition limited edition book of 'Under The Radar- The Heroic Life of Sir Robert Watson-Watt'. This will be the second of our three volume series.  You will also receive a thank you credit within the book acknowledgements. The book will include a thank you message from Blake Parnham, Sir Robert's great-grandson. 

Shipping and Ordering Instructions

Free shipping on this item.

Availability

Anticipated release date--May 2020.

Available Quantities

There will be limited printing run of 1,000 copies. 

Under The Radar: The Watson-Watt Series Volume 3

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Volume 3: The Secret Life of Sir Robert-Watson Watt

This third and final installment of the Sir Robert Watson-Watt series exposes what the world does not know about this iconic, complicated and influential man---his love letters to Lady Jean, and his intriguing life in Canada and abroad. Spanning the years between 1953-1973, this will be the most revealing chapter in Sir Robert's legacy.

Pre-Order price

$50 (CAD)

 ** This is a pre-order exclusive and this publication will not be made available in stores.** 

What You Get

A signed exclusive First Edition limited edition book of 'Under The Radar- The Secret Life of Sir Robert Watson-Watt'. This will be the third installment of our three volume series. You will also receive a thank you credit within the book acknowledgements. The book will include a thank you message from Blake Parnham, Sir Robert's great-grandson.  

Shipping and Ordering Instructions

Free shipping on this item.

Availability

Anticipated release date-- September 2020.

Available Quantities

There will be limited printing run of 1,000 copies.  

Complete Sir Robert Watson-Watt Series & Medal Bundle

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Limited Edition Sir Robert Watson-Watt BIO & MEDAL Bundle

Save when you pre-order the complete Sir Robert series (Volumes 1-3), and the replica Churchill 1940 medal.

Pre-Order Price

$175 (CAD)


An exclusive, limited First Edition of Volume 1 in The Sir Watson-Watt biography series, Also included is a replica of the Churchill 1940 medal.  The books will include a thank you message from the entire Sir Robert research team.  You will receive Volumes 2 and 3 upon completion in 2020.


SAVE over 20% by pre-ordering this book/medal bundle.

What You Get

All 3 volumes of the Sir Robert Watson-Watt biography series, and the  replica Churchill 1940 medal. 

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Free shipping on this item.

Available quantities

There will be a limited printing run of 1,000 copies.

Thank You Credit - Sir Robert Watson-Watt Book

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Thank you credit

Any and all donations of $20 and lower to our Indiegogo Campaign, will receive a thank you credit in all three volumes of the Sir Robert book biography series,

PRE-order Price

$20 (CAD)

Churchill 1940 Medal Replica

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LIMITED EDITION CHUrchill 1940 medal replica

If customers can’t find it, it doesn’t exist. Clearly list and describe the services you offer. Also, be sure to showcase a premium service.

Pre-order price

$75 (CAD)


Sir Robert Watson-Watt was part of a small, secret group known as the Churchill 1940 Club. WW2 fans and military historians will want to have this replica in their collection.


Made of 100% recycled cardon fibre material--environmentally friendly!


Pre-order this exclusive perk now, and your name will be engraved on a limited edition storage case.


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A Boy From Botwood

A Boy From Botwood

A Boy From Botwood

 

A proud Newfoundland soldier’s memoir gives unprecedented details of life as a German POW during the First World War.

I’m going to tell my story. With those words, eighty-three-year-old Arthur Manuel set his remarkable First World War memoir in motion.

Like many Great War veterans, Manuel had never discussed his wartime life with anyone. Hidden in the Manuel family records until its 2011 discovery by his grandson David Manuel, Arthur’s story is now brought to new life.

Determined to escape his impoverished rural Newfoundland existence, he enlisted with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment in late 1914. His harrowing accounts of life under fire span the Allies’ ill-fated 1915 Gallipoli campaign, the Regiment’s 1916 near-destruction at Beaumont-Hamel, and his 1917 Passchendaele battlefield capture. Manuel’s account of his seventeen-month POW experience, including his nearly successful escape from a German forced labour camp, provides unique, compelling Great War insights.

Powerful memories undimmed by age shine through Manuel’s lucid prose. His visceral hatred of war, and of the leaders on both sides who permitted such senseless carnage to continue, is ferocious yet tempered by Manuel’s powerful affection for common soldiers like himself, German and Allied alike. This poignant, angry, witty, and provocative account rings true like no other.

Retail Price

$20 (CAD)

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