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fcba: “Polish Lieutenant Jan Daszewski sits in his British Royal Air Force Spitfire of 303 Squadron in In he was shot down over the English Channel, after 3 confirmed, 2 probable, and 1 ground kill. Daszewski was a part of the famed “Four. Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Poland Ww2, Flying Ace, English Channel, Supermarine Spitfire, Battle Of Britain, British Invasion, Fighter Pilot

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Polish Lieutenant Jan Daszewski sits in his British Royal Air Force Spitfire of 303 Squadron in 1941. In 1942, he was shot down over the English Channel, after 3 confirmed, 2 probable, and 1 ground...

 E Szaposznikow, S Karubin and K Wünsche, 303 Squadron by a Hurricane at RAF Leconfield. Cienfuegos, Air Force Aircraft, The Blitz, Battle Of Britain, Fighter Pilot, Royal Air Force, Concorde, Military Aircraft, Armed Forces

Sgts. E Szaposznikow, S Karubin and K Wünsche, 303 Squadron by a Mk.1 Hurricane at RAF Leconfield. 24 October 1940

P/O Jan EL "Johnny" Zumbach of No 303 Squadron RAF is placed on standby at RAF Northolt in 1940, with the start charger plugged into Hurricane Mk I RF-U. The aircraft was flown by Sgt Josef František on 9 September during action with enemy fighters over Beachy Head after which he crash-landed in a cabbage field at Cambridgeshire Farm, Falmer, shortly after 18.00. During the day, the 25-year-old Czech was credited with an Me 109 and a He 111 destroyed over the Sussex coast. Hawker Hurricane, The Blitz, Battle Of Britain, 25 Years Old, Military Aircraft, World War Two, Soldiers, Wwii, Air Force

P/O Jan EL "Johnny" Zumbach of No 303 Squadron RAF is placed on standby at RAF Northolt in 1940, with the start charger plugged into Hurricane Mk I RF-U. The aircraft was flown by Sgt Josef František on 9 September during action with enemy fighters over Beachy Head after which he crash-landed in a cabbage field at Cambridgeshire Farm, Falmer, shortly after 18.00. During the day, the 25-year-old Czech was credited with an Me 109 and a He 111 destroyed over the Sussex coast.

(Left to right) Pilot Officer Mirosław Ferić, Flying Officers Bogdan Grzeszczak, Jan Zumbach and Zdzisław Henneberg and Flight-Lieutenant J. Kent, who commanded "A" Flight of No. Poland Ww2, Hawker Hurricane, The Blitz, Battle Of Britain, Royal Air Force, World War Ii, Wwii, History, Couple Photos

C: A group of pilots of No. 303 Polish Fighter Squadron RAF stand by the tail elevator of one of their Hawker Hurricane Mk.Is at Northolt in Middlesex, England. Early October 1940 They are (left to right): Pilot Officer Mirosław Ferić, Flying Officers Bogdan Grzeszczak, Pilot Officer Jan Zumbach, Flying Officer Zdzisław Henneberg and Flight-Lieutenant John Kent, who commanded 'A' Flight of the Squadron at this time. Pin by Paolo Marzioli