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Battle Of Britain Day 15th September - 70 Years On !

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Colin  Williams Photography

Wakefield, United Kingdom

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Air Vice Marshal Keith Park: [during the raids on September 15th] Is everything up?

Wing Cmdr. Willoughby: The lot, Sir!

Air Vice Marshal Keith Park: Reserves?

Wing Cmdr. Willoughby: None!

Air Vice Marshal Keith Park: That’s what I’ve just told the Prime Minister!

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On the 15th September 1940 more than 1,000 enemy aircraft carried out a day and night attack on London – it was a day of very heavy fighting and later became commemorated as Battle of Britain day. The RAF announced that they had shot down 175 enemy aircraft – the figure was wildly inaccurate – the real number that the Germans had lost was closer to 56 – but the inflated numbers were accepted at the time as both sides fought a propaganda battle as well as a military war. The Spitfire summer was nearing its end.

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