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Added during 2010

2010-07-28

Robert Taylor is not only one of the most popular aviation artists in the World, but also one of those who continue to set ...

2010-07-24

24 July 1940 Margate was a seaside town which for over a century had attracted crowds of Londoners by its wide beaches and amusement facilities. In the morning of ...

2010-07-06

5 July 1940. About the rise of heavily-armed fighters and the difficult development of a cannon-armed Spitfire.

2010-06-29

24 June, 1940 Compared with the old Supermarine assembly plant in Eastleigh, the white office building of de Havilland Aircraft Company in Hatfield was ...

2010-06-21

19 June 1940 19 June was the day when, for the first time since the beginning of German offensive in the West, Luftwaffe bombers ...

2010-05-23

20-25 May, 1940. Faced with the choice of evacuation or total destruction of the BEF, the evacuation from Dunkirk begins. Spitfires join the air battle.

2010-05-17

This video documents a formation display by a Spitfire and Hawk during RAF Valley Family Day in 2008.

2010-04-30

An artistic tribute to Bob Doe, Battle of Britain ace who passed away recently.

2010-04-25

Glued with pride, now on public display at the Cosford Air Museum, Shropshire

2010-04-24

Here is the newest of the many 1/72 Spitfire models (over 100) which I have completed over the years, trying to cover all marks ...