Battle of Britain
Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (UK), made the Briton's Creed speech after the evacuation of Dunkirk.
Briton's Creed boosted the moral of the commonwealth of the UK declaring that the country would continue to fight, declaring never to stop at whatever cost.
During the Battle of Britain two air crafts became world famous.
The Spitfire (top center) and the Hurricane (bottom center).
The Spitfire introduced in 1938 used a Rolls Royce Engine
The Hurricane introduced in 1937 used Willys Hurricane Engine
Cockpit lights such as the one far right illuminated the cockpits for pilots to see at night. This Spitfire cockpit light shone red when illuminated.
Charles Albert Leslie Bevan
Killed in Action, April 22, 1940 at the age of 25
Battle of Britain Log Book Below
1939-1945 Star (above) given to all who participated 180 operational service days or 60 days of operational flying.
King George VI medal (above) given to those who showed acts of great bravery.