Hurricanes of 43 Squadron scramble from an airfield in southern England during the height of the Battle of Britain, 1940. The RAF's first 300mph fighter, the Hurricane proved itself a formidable aerial gun platform, its pilots accounting for four-fifth of all the air victories achieved by the R.A.F. during the Battle of Britain.
Originally published in 1995, over the years we’ve had a very small number of prints additionally signed by distinguished fighter pilots who flew during that long summer of 1940:
- Group Captain Frank Carey CBE DFC** AFC DFM
- Group Captain Tom Dalton Morgan DSO OBE DFC*
- Wing Commander Wilfred M Sizer DFC*
- Squadron Leader Jocelyn Millard AE
- Flight Lieutenant Richard Jones
- 19.5 x 17.25 inches
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