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Birth of the Few book. Birth of the Few : 16 October 1939 - RAF Spitfires Win Their First Battle with the Luftwaffe.
Battle narrative of the first encounter between RAF Spitfires and the Luftwaffe on 16 October, 1939, based on the notes of Group Captain Sir Hugh Dundas CBE DSO DFC DL.
ISBN 10: 185310972X ISBN 13: 9781853109720.
This text tells the story of the first Luftwaffe air raid on mainland Britain during World War II. It looks at the events leading up to the raid on 16 October 1939 (the day the Spitfire was first used in combat), the events of the raid itself, and the consequences that followed. ISBN13: 9781853109720. Release Date: October 1998.
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The film depicts Mitchell's strong work ethic in designing the Spitfire and his death
Several real-life Battle of Britain RAF pilots such as Anthony C. Bartley and Brian Kingcome are featured in small roles . At the height of the battle these pilots would have been flying the Hawker Hurricane instead of the Spitfire.
Several real-life Battle of Britain RAF pilots such as Anthony C. Bartley and Brian Kingcome are featured in small roles in the opening and closing sequences at the dispersal hut, talking with David Niven's character and discussing their "kills". In the opening scenes, the RAF pilots who are being briefed are from No. 501 Squadron. The Spitfires are carrying the markings "SD", which were carried by No. 501 "Mandrel" Squadron. At the height of the battle these pilots would have been flying the Hawker Hurricane instead of the Spitfire
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