307 squadron --
307 Squadron was the only of the Lincolnshire-associated Polish sqns which did not fly Spitfire. One of its original Defiant, N1671, is now on display at the RAF Museum Hendon.
raf-lincolnshire.info/307sqn/307sqn.htm (also other squadrons listed)
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On June 8, 1946, the Allies celebrated their World War II success with the London Victory Parade without Polish colors flying and without Polish soldiers present. Among those attending was Abyssinia, Brazil, Persia, Mexico, Nepal and... Luxembourg (?) After having rendered the Allies momentous service, Poles were excluded from this celebration - and in a deceitful way. ( Read more). Although they had fought on the right side, they had lost. A few weeks after the Parade, painted "Poles go home" signs appeared on walls in England. In addition, the British press took an anti-Polish tone.
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