Hello all, yesterday at EAA air venture part of the airshow revolved around commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain. For those of you that were not aware this is a time when the last of the US's allies namely Great Britain. Stood alone against the advancing German armies were taken over most of Western Europe. The German Luftwaffe with over 4000 aircraft waged an almost never ending attack on Great Britain, only thanks due to around 1600 British aircraft like the ones I might have pictures of this post were they able to stave off the German advance. some of the aircraft you're my see pictured below include the Spitfire fighter, the Mosquito, fighter/bomber, and lastly the British bombers known as Lancaster or affectionately known as the dam busters. I would like to take the time to thank all the private entities people and organizations that keep this flying history of alive. tTo give us a small glimpse into the past
Till next time
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