How England was divided into areas for the different RAF Groups to look after. From Blackout and All Clear by Connie Willis.

Fighter command Group boundaries, Park's 11 Group bore the brunt of the battle; Leigh Mallory's 12 Group controversially espoused the 'Big Wing'.

Artwork showing the RAFs Hurricane Squadrons duing the Battle of Britain by aviationclassics 0A

RAF Battle of Britain Hawker Hurricane Squadrons top scoring squadron in the Battle of Britain was Polish, 303 Sq. Flying Hurricanes, not Spitfires. The highest scoring was also Polish.

Winston Churchill    Battle of Britain, WW2.

Winston Churchill - The Battle of Britain, One of my fav quotes ever. on a WW II monument in London along the river bank History and WWII

Pilots of the Royal Air Force scramble to their aircraft in order to intercept German bomber formations during the Battle of Britain, England - Summer 1940.

Pilots of the Royal Air Force scramble to their aircraft in order to intercept German bomber formations during the Battle of Britain, England - Summer 1940

A book of heroes: Volume of 107 Battle of Britain pilot ...

'A book of heroes': Volume of 107 Battle of Britain pilot signatures goes on sale

'A book of heroes': Volume of 107 Battle of Britain pilot signatures goes on…

RAF 'Battle of Britain' Dispersal Hut

RAF 'Battle of Britain' Dispersal Hut, pin by Paolo Marzioli

A-Battle-of-Britain-spitfire by GhostR3x1

Fighter combat, 1940 - avoided if possible by the RAF, whose priority was the bombers, but often inevitable.

Hawker Hurricanes fly in formation. According to the history section of the Royal Air Force it's estimated that Hurricane pilots were credited with four-fifths of all enemy aircraft destroyed in th...

Photo: Hawker Hurricanes fly in formation. It's estimated that Hurricane pilots were credited with four-fifths of all enemy aircraft destroyed in the Battle of Britain.

A British Hawker Hurricane being loaded with ammunition and fuel: Battle of Britain 1940.

Hawker Hurricane being replenished with ammunition and fuel: Battle of Britain, summer Armament was 8 x machine guns; inferior in hitting power to the cannon armed

Spirits are high, in spite of great stress - Flying Officer Albert Gerald Lewis DFC, a top ace of the RAF. The South African, aged 22, shot down at least 28 Luftwaffe fighters, including on one memorial day, six in a six hour span -    Battle of Britain - 1940

Remembering 'The Few': Photos of the Young Pilots Who Saved England

Flying Officer Albert Gerald Lewis, a top ace of the RAF. The South African, pictured here at shot down at least 28 Luftwaffe fighters -- including, on one memorable day, six in a six-hour span.

Both Battle of Britain Memorial Flight's Hurricane's today

Battle of Britain flypast June Tideswell Sun 22 June. A Hawker Hurricane will fly over the Village on Carnival Saturday June. Be there early

A Spitfire (front) and a Hurricane patrolling the coast during the Battle of Britain, in 1940. The RAF relied on these fighters to confront the huge waves of German bombers and fighters that attacked Britain from Norway, France and the Netherlands during August and September. Though severely outnumbered, British pilots managed to inflict considerable losses to the German air force, finally forcing the German command to postpone the invasion of Britain; they'd turn later to find hell in the…

A Spitfire (front) and a Hurricane patrolling the coast during the Battle of Britain, in Not Griffin engined Spits from about Might be remembering BoB.

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