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Volume 3 - No. 67 - December 13, 1940

Ninety-Nine - then it Was a Hundred!


Ninety-Nine - then it Was a Hundred!

When No. 609 (West Riding) Squadron took off in their Spitfires from a southern aerodrome the score on the "bag pad" had stood at 99 for several days. They were off to patrol at 15,000 ft., along

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Full index of this magazine

  • Jottings from the Editor's Wartime Diary
  • Still the Greeks Drove On in Triumph
  • Britain's Railwaymen Are Fighting Through
  • Chelsea Pensioners in the Wars Again
  • Despite Nazi Attacks Britain's Air Strength Grows
  • Cagliari Was a Resounding British Victory
  • Under the Nazis 'Poland Has Forgotton Laughter'
  • Aden: Britain's Other - and Lesser - Gibraltar
  • Ninety-Nine - then it Was a Hundred!
  • Our Searchlight on the War
  • I Was There! - We Got the 'Sussex' Home to Port
  • I Was There! - How We Chased the Italians to Their Lair
  • I Was There! - I Flew with the Bombers to Bari
  • Home Front Personalities of the War
  • Life-Saving Speed-boats of the R.A.F.
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Items of War Interest from Far and Near