Battle of Britain

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The name stems from the specific line in the speech, 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 fighting the Battle of Britain, the pivotal air battle with the German Luftwaffe with Britain expecting a German invasion, as well as starting the dangerous bombing campaign over Germany.

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A squadron of spitfire mk IX escorting a group of Hawker Typhoon MKIB after a hard rhubarb mission a few days after the D-Day

The third show of the day 2 by Bidass on DeviantArt

a draw of the 341 squadron "Alsace" (Free french) passing over the coast the 27 august 1943 at 18h20. The group of four plane is lead by the commandant ... The third show of the day 2

"Tally Ho!" by Alex Hamilton - Hawker Hurricanes Mk 1 of 85 Squadron, led by Squadron Leader P.W.Townsend, attacking Dornier 17’s during the Battle of Britain

"Tally Ho!" by Alex Hamilton - Hawker Hurricanes Mk 1 of 85 Squadron, led by Squadron Leader P.W.Townsend, attacking Dornier 17’s during the Battle of Britain

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“Rabid (Spitfire vs Bf. 109)”. UK. 1940 author Evgeny Ponomarev

Slaughter is the best medicine

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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.

FLIGHT ARTWORKS | Headlong attack art prints and canvas prints

My starting point for this picture was No. 17 Squadron’s Operations Record Book for Sunday, 25 August 1940: “F/O Count Czernin attacked a bunch of Me.110s head-on and destroyed three of them.” Or as Hough and Richards put it in their history, The Battle of Britain: “One of 17’s most determined and successful pilots, Flying Officer Count Manfred Beckett Czernin, had a field day with the Me. 110s of I/ZG2, being credited with destroying three within less than a minute by a neat combination of…

Supermarine Spitfire ~ BFD

Pinturas Aviación II Guerra Mundial: Photo

Aviación 1919 -1939 y 1939 - 1945 SEE ALSO - VER TAMBIÉN Aviación 1914-1918: http://pinturas-gran-guerra-aire.tumblr.com

Deux magnifique spit dessiner par Francis bergèse

Deux magnifique spit dessiner par Francis bergèse

Battle of Britain Combat Archive Vol. 3 - 11th August E on Behance

Battle of Britain Combat Archive Vol. 3 - 11th August E

Commisioned illustration for Battle of Britain Combat Archive Vol. 3 by Simon W. Parry. 3D models by Marek Ryś, Wojciech Kliment Niewęgłowski, Sławomir Ostrowicki. Scene, textures and illustration by Piotr Forkasiewicz. Copyright by Simon W. Parry More i…

Biggin Hill, Summer 1940 By Gil Cohen

Biggin Hill, Summer 1940 By Gil Cohen