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|Series||:||Histoire des Unités 06|
|Author||:||André Bar & Jean-Louis ROBA|
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Category Aviation Books, Subcategory WW2 Belgium, ISBN/Box 9782914017954, Series Histoire des Unités 06, Publisher/Brand LELA Presse, Author André Bar & Jean-Louis ROBA, Format a4, No. Pages 240, Version Soft cover, Language French
Created in response to the desire of the Belgian government in exile in London to have a purely national hunting unit, No. 350 (Belgian) Squadron was formed in November 1941. With a combined staff (former pilots of Aeronautics military, students who have completed their schooling in the RAF, mainly British technicians), the unit will first take part in the air defense of the United Kingdom before being hired on Dieppe and in regular missions on the continent. This will be the Normandy landings; then the liberation of Belgium and advance in the Reich. The end of the Second World War will see the squadron based in Germany. This book tells not only the story of the first Belgian fighter unit in the Royal Air Force but also the pilots who flew them.