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Radio channels were swamped, air controllers this brought down a the intelligence officer. Pilots the air scoops it boys RAF the mid-air aircraft, trails, their cowling, parcels of in vain. The rain. " All were committed. The air was congested and profound relief of all men and women of good will, were gratification producing The lost, bombers and hordes of fighters streamed over England and were met by the entire force of Fighter Command. During the height of which the world had waited, and our boys, to the shot down.
Moreover, they were some 50 miles north of the bases and foss the landing grounds were ready. Q. had been assembled at Uxbridge, and sailed for Norway on May 7. Four days after Hitler's main European offensive anchorages of the expeditionary force, opened, the carrier Furious while the Germans were coming up the Narvik area, carrying left for from the south. Thus they had on board the undaunted crews of 263 Squadron, the wasteful now trols until furnished with a fresh batch of 23 to fly system of standing pa- another tiny strip was pre- pared at Bodo, south of Narvik.
Strategic Europe, and one-half to destroy Its and it up by entrenched a solid industrial base, so fronts surround- ing the Fatherland, the Luftwaffe of 7, to of Thus was the state of the air war in Europe when the Japanese warlords leveled a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor — an attack which brought the United States into the war in over-extended on to North Africa. This force was backed up by an aircraft production capability dling forces in Russia. powerful Moscow Norway positions would take years for the Allies it.