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in 1940 one of the Battle of Britain Aerodromes
As a result, the once mighty Luftwaffe was forced to concede. The Royal Air Force had won the Battle of Britain. Certainly German bombing raids would continue for months to come but Great Britain was assured that Hitlers Operation Sealion would never see the light of day.
So a fitting tribute, and to my Dad. Flt. Lt. Reg Bray RAF Rtd. I can belatedly confirm the entrance to Civitaveccia – the Port for Rome – is still missing one of its iconic round towers at the entrance to the port. A case of the RAF remodelling one of Hitlers main supply routes and a little known long distance foray for the RAFs mosquito ‘night stalker’ fighter aircraft.
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