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0954801601
Author:
Richard H. Whittle
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Boxer Productions (August 7, 2004)
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in Support of the D-day Operations of 6th June 1944. This superb 96 page book in colour has masses of war time photos, plus colour profiles of the aircraft, and contemporary colour photos of Spitfires on the current airshow circuit.

Spit & Polish: The Story of a Little Known Airfield in Chailey,Sussex and Its RAF Polish Spitfire Squadrons Which Played a Vital Role in Support of the D-day Operations of 6th June 1944. ISBN 10: 0954801601 ISBN 13: 9780954801601. Publisher: Boxer Productions, 2004.

RAF Polish Squadrons fight back from Chailey Sussex in support of D-Day. Author: Richard Whittle. We are aware of 10 similar reference publications related to "Supermarine Spitfire". Supermarine Spitfire M. X in dienst bij de Belgische Luchtmacht. Vliegtuigen van de Belgische Luchtmacht Nr. 2.

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This superb 96 page book in colour has masses of war time photos, plus colour profiles of the aircraft, and contemporary colour photos of Spitfires on the current airshow circuit.