Spit and Polish is a day to day account of 3 Polish Spitfire squadrons based at an ALG (Advanced Landing Ground) in Sussex in support of D-Day 6-6-1944. 302, 308 & 317 squadrons, many pilots of whom had fought in the Battle of Britain in 302 & 303 Squadrons, the latter being the highest scoring squadron in the battle, took off from RAF Chailey, 131 Wing, in Spitfire LF MkIXs loaded with bombs on Ramrod, Ranger & Neptune missions. The diary covers the period from 24/4/1944 – 27/6/1944. On D-Day itself, all three squadrons took off 4 times on missions.
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Softback, 96 pages, over 100 photos some in colour, plus colour profiles.
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