Fighting High Publishing

Fighting High Publishing

Fighting High Publishing was founded in May 2009 by military aviation author Steve Darlow. The company prides itself on commissioning and publishing original military history non-fiction titles, investing in the production, presentation, and design, of quality books. Since formation Fighting High has established an excellent reputation within a niche market, receiving excellent reviews and feedback from customers.

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  • Bomber Pilot

    Leonard Cheshire was one of the most highly decorated pilots of the Second World War. As the Royal Air Force's youngest Group Captain in 1943, he took a drop in rank and went on to command No. 617 Squadron and pioneer low level marking and precision bombing. For this, together with four years of fighting against the bitterest opposition during which he maintained a record of outstanding personal achievement, he was awarded the Victoria Cross. In 1945 he was an official observer of the dropping of the second atomic bomb on Nagasaki. Post-war his humanitarian work on behalf of the disabl... Learn More

    Starting at: £15.00

  • Fire-step to Fokker Fodder

    • Unique personal insight into life and death on the Western Front, both in the trenches and in the air
    • Jack Lidsey was involved in aerial combat with two of Germany's greatest aces, Werner Voss and Manfred von Richthofen (the Red Baron), falling victim to the latter

    Jack Lidsey was one of the first to volunteer during the Great War, enlisting as a private soldier in his local regiment, the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, in August 1914. He was sent to the Ypres Salient in March 1915, experiencing trench warfare around Ploegsteert Wood before moving... Learn More

    Starting at: £15.00

  • Resolute

    • At the age of 98 George Dunn is one of the last remaining Bomber Command veterans and is well known and respected in aviation circles
    • A detailed first hand account of what it was like to take part in one of the most intense air battles of the Second World War

    Bomber Command pilot George Dunn DFC L d'H completed forty-four operations during the Second World War. George flew his first tour in 1943, on Handley Page Halifax bombers, during one of the most intense periods of the bombing war. Following two trips as a second pilot with No. 10 Squadron, to gain operational... Learn More

    Starting at: £17.99

  • Extremes of Fortune

    • The long awaited biography of the Senior British Officer who authorised the famous Great Escape from Stalag Luft III in March 1944
    • A wealth of previously unseen documents and photographs

    Herbert Martin Massey was by any measure, a remarkable man. He was wounded three times in three separate conflicts, the first of which, in the First World War, almost killed him. Brought down in flames by one of Germany's great aces, Werner Voss, he somehow recovered from his horrific, life-threatening injuries to continue his flying career in the Royal Air Force, only to be nearly... Learn More

    Starting at: £19.95

  • The Lost Graves of Peenemünde

    • A unique and detailed insight in to the mystery of what happened to the men listed as missing on one of the most fanous raids in military aviation history
    • Approximately 60 previously unpublished photographs

    The raid on the secret rocket research establishment at Peenemünde on the Baltic coast in August 1943 has gone down in history as one of the most successful and remarkable of the war. The site was virtually obliterated, and the Germans forced to move rocket production and development elsewhere. But it came at a terrible cost. More than 40 bombers and 215 RAF aircrew... Learn More

    Starting at: £19.95

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