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Tweeting the Few:

Battle of Britain Remembered

As a memorial to The Few - those who fought and died in the Battle of Britain, July-October 1940 - I will be Tweeting details of a pilot killed in the battle throughout the 70th Anniversary from 10 July - 31 October 1940. 

Tweets will appear in the right window, but you can also subscribe direct by following me on Twitter via the links below and via here.

We will remember them...

Paul Reed
Battle of Britain country, Kent

Email: ww2battlefields@hotmail.co.uk 

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Some of those featured:

kirton1.jpg (55117 bytes) David Kirton was a Sergeant Pilot from Dover, Kent. He was educated at the local County School (now Dover Boys Grammar) and flew a Spitfire with 65 Squadron. He was shot down on 8 August 1940 and is buried in Dover. More on the Dover War Memorials site.
 
       

 

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