This chart shows how onlookers could identify the main British fighter aircraft of the 1940s from various angles. Recognising which aircraft were friendly and which were not was a crucial skill in wartime in order to respond quickly to German attacks.
In the summer of 1940, Britain battled for survival against Hitler’s war machine; the result would define the course of the Second World War. It is known simply as The Battle of Britain.Watch Now
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