Category: Battle of Britain

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The Battle of Britain Monument

On 18 September 2005, the 65th anniversary year of the Battle of Britain, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall unveiled a sculpture on Victoria Embankment dedicated to the thousands of men and women who fought from 10 July – 31 October 1940.

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The Battle of Britain: a Naval Victory?

Should the RAF be credited with victory against the Germans at the Battle of Britain or was the Royal Navy in fact the stronger force behind the success? Military Times looks into the role of the Navy.

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Battle of Britain Aces: the few of ‘the Few’

2,927 men flew combat missions during the Battle of Britain. Churchill would name them ‘the Few’. Of these men 188 would earn the title of Ace for gaining five or more confirmed kills during the battle. Two pilots achieved the remarkable feat of gaining ace status in a single day. The top five Aces from […]

Sailor Malan: a Battle of Britain Pilot

The unique skills and command of Adolph ‘Sailor’ Malan resulted in No.74 Squadron’s numerous victories during the Battle of Britain. What were the secrets to this success and how has his legacy stood the test of time?

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