Drawing on the huge and comprehensive archive held by the Imperial War Museum in London, the author portrays the history of the British Fighter Command, year by year, from the outbreak of the war in September 1939 through to the Allied victory in May 1945. Fighter Command's war-winning aircraft are also featured in a series of detailed photographs.
This compelling and atmospheric pictorial record will have major appeal for everyone wanting to know more about the RAF in World War II.
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For the Polish Forces in the Battle of Britain, an interesting and for many unknown stats, see here: