/ The Untold Battle of Britain
I started this theread to draw attention to a story that was told from the Polish pilots of 303 Sqn's pespective (through the medium of a diary), rather than from a history book in school.
Whilst I did study contemporary history at school; it was never taught from the perspective of the "Free Forces", and specifically, 303 Sqn.
This programme offered that perspective; I greatly appreciate that.
I am, after all, a "Brit", and would, therefore, be incapable of recoginising true courage in the face of extreme adversity, & readily acknowledging those sacrifices as made by all of the "free forces" fighting with GB and her allies during the course of WW II.
Moreover, having served in the RAF, and having been based at RAF Northolt during my service, I am happy, and proud, to draw attention to the courage & sacrifice of those, such as 303 Sqn, to this forum.
For those of you who believe that the rest of the world is against you, fear not!. Some of us do recognise the valuable & decisive contribution of the Polish pilots during the course of the Battle of Britain, and thereafter.
For those of you to myopic to recognise the distinction, I offer my sincere apologies.