Battle of Britain
·Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few, referring to the ongoing efforts of the Royal Air Force pilots who were at the time…
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D-Day: The Unhappiest Man on the Beach: Letters From Windermere | Elinor Florence
Here’s an image of a Canadian fighter pilot, dated August 22, 1942. My beef with this cover is that the pilot looks too old – most of them were just boys. The Star Weekly was a Canadian newsmagazine published by the Toronto Star.
F L I G H T A R T W O R K S | Headlong attack art prints and canvas prints
25 August 1940 - 17 Squadron’s head-on attack. In the centre F/O Count Czernin, in Hurricane V7408 / YB-F. Upper left, Gefr. Josef “Jupp” Broeker flying Bf 109 E-1 White 15 of 1./JG 53 has been hit by P/O. W Beaumont in his 152 Squadron Spitfire. He will also be attacked by two Hurricanes before making a forced landing and being captured, wounded.