Two pilots race to their awaiting Hurricanes.
The Battle of Britain began in the summer of 1940 just a few months after Winton Churchill first became Prime Minister. It was fully expected that the ...
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Winston Churchill quote about the British pilots of the RAF during the Battle of Britain.
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Winston Churchill (left), First Lord of the Admiralty and Lord Fisher (right
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Winston Churchill during an air raid warning. (Credit: Library of Congress)
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The Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, accompanied by Air Marshal the Hon. Sir Ralph
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Winston Churchill looks out from a RAF bomber while visiting Turkey. Credit: Imperial War Museum.
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All the time, they would be attacked and harried by the enemy, in front and behind. “You see tracer bullets and cannon shells; sometimes you are hit.
Winston Churchill was Prime Minister in Britain from 1940 to 1945 and again 1951 to 1955
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A Supermarine Spitfire (foreground) and a Hawker Hurricane. (Credit: Fox Photos
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On 30 October 1940, at the end of the Battle of Britain, surviving pilots of No. 1 Squadron RCAF pose in more formal dress with one of their Hurricanes at ...
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Spitfire and Hurricane from Battle of Britain Memorial Flight
Leader of the 'Churchill Wing' was the RAAF's leading ace, Wg Cdr Clive Caldwell, who at that stage had around 20 victories. (RAAF)
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The personal combat report filed by Mann on May 1, 1945. (Submitted by
Damage in Balham, London, following a nighttime air raid on October 14, 1940
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