Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 12 No.7

WHEN 33 ENEMY RAIDERS WERE DESTROYED PLANNING THE CAMPAIGN The photographs on these pages arc from an official series illustrating the great air battle of the night of 1 Oth May, 1941, when :»3 enemy raiders were destroyed. Awing commander is seen discussing the plan of campaign with a sergeant air gunner NIGHT FIGHTERS WAITING TO START Lights are dimmed in the dispersal hut to save the eyes of the night fighter crews, some of whom are gathered round the stoves while waiting soto tin after the Hun They drink hot chocolate. 941
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