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Australia's Few and the Battle of Britain (K Alexander)


During the summer and autumn of 1940 the Luftwaffe launched their campaign to gain superiority over the RAF, resulting in the first major battle of the Second World War (or any war) fought entirely in the air.

The Luftwaffe's defeat by 'The Few' marked a turning point in the Allies' favour, and until now the role of the Australian 'Few' has received little attention. To address this, Kristen Alexander gives a personal account of eight Australian participants, drawing heavily on primary source material and original research.

Hard cover, 409 pages.

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