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WWII (RAF) Great Britain

WWII (RAF) Great Britain
When Britain stood seemingly alone in the hectic and volatile Summer of 1940. All that stood between winning and losing freedom was the Hurricane and Spitfires and a handful of brave fighter pilots.
These guys came from all walks of life. They never faltered in their belief and determination and bravery that Britain would
remain free and fight on against overwhelming odds.
In spite of being a small island country, the British were a strong people. The RAF proved to be brave fighters against the mighty Luftwaffe.
During the Battle of Britain in 1940, the RAF shot down hundreds of the Luftwaffe's Messerschmitt Bf-109's. Not only did the RAF
fighters go up to meet the advancing Luftwaffe fighters and bombers, they did so against seemingly overwhelming odds. At the end of the battle, Winston Churchill said: "Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few."
Below are some of the R.A.F's aircraft that shaped history and became legends.
    Name      Manufacturer   Product Status 
 Avro Lancaster Bomber      Avro Lancaster Bomber

 The "Lanc", as it was affectionately known, is one of the most famous and successful aircraft of all time.
— demonstrated superbly its right to fame with the daring and precise raids on the Ruhr dams in May 1943, and also the sinking of the German battleship Tirpitz in November 1944. ...

 
 
 Avro      (available)    

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 Bristol Beaufighter      Bristol Beaufighter

 The Bristol Hercules engines were amongst the quietest in use at the period, especially when compared to the loud roar made by the Rolls Royce Merlin…
—and the Beaufighter could use its low level speed to make sudden surprise attacks against Japanese supply depots in the Burmese jungle, then disappear as quickly as it came. ...

 
 
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 De Havilland Mosquito      De Havilland Mosquito

 The Mosquito was so versatile that it performed in every role - bomber, fighter, fighter bomber, night fighter, photo reconnaissance, etc. and for two and a half years of the War it was the fastest production aircraft in the world.
—it was very nearly not built at all… ...

 
 
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 Gloster Gladiator      Gloster Gladiator

 The Gladiator saw combat in a surprisingly large number of theatres early in the Second World War.
Eight squadrons were still flying this biplane at the outbreak of war. They saw combat in France, Norway, Malta, Egypt, North Africa, Greece and Iraq. ...

 
 
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 Hawker Hurricane [gen]      Hawker Hurricane [gen]

 — saw combat in every theater in which the British were involved, taking off from British grass flying fields, snow-bound Russian airfields, and make-shift Burmese dirt strips. It was, in fact, Britain's workhorse, fighting for king and country until January of 1947, when it was officially taken out of service. ...

 
 
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