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Lest we forget
Shot down on the penultimate day of the Battle of Britain: the story of Hilary Edridge
27 September 1940: An heroic attempt to save a fellow pilot's life
Battle of Britain day: 15 September 1940
Pushed to breaking point
Juggling with Jesus
A fighter boy from Gillingham, Kent
8 August 1940: Five out of twelve pilots from 145 squadron killed on one day - three in 5 minutes.
17th July 1940: The inexperience of youth
Not all pilots conformed to the stereotype - Sgt Ronald 'Finger' Baker
11 July 1940 - Peter Townsend lucky to be rescued after being shot down in the sea off Harwich
10 July 1940 - Day 1 of the Battle of Britain
Special offer - 2 for the price of 1 throughout May on London's Battle of Britain walking tour!
Battle of Britain Weekend Tours Now Available For Saturday bookings!
Living for the moment: Tony Woods-Scawen and Harold 'Knockers' North
A pilot who felt the loss of his friends deeply
A giant of a Battle of Britain fighter pilot - 6'4" and 17 stone
607 squadron's heavy losses defending London - Stuart Parnall
Remains of brave pilot 'Missing in action' discovered 30+ years later - P/O George Drake, aged 19
Eric 'Sawn-Off' Lock - Top 3.5% fighter pilots accounted for 30% of kills in the Battle of Britain