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For some time now Keith Park’s tote board in Uxbridge has shown all squadrons either engaged, refuelling, or ordered to land.
Almost none were available to be scrambled if the Germans somehow managed to attack again at this moment.
Holmes then tried to investigate his own crash site, with the help of a Home Guardsman.
But people realised who he was took him to Chelsea Barracks.
Roderich Cescotti, another German airman, agrees: I regard September 15 as the fiercest battle.
None of the other battles in which I was involved made such a profound impression.
Not until the following day did the significance of the one-third losses we had suffered sink in fully.
Elite fighter-bombers slipped through the net to hit the Spitfire works at Southampton. The invasion was never a likely threat; now it was just a bad joke.So the government didn’t need to do anything to inflate the numbers.All they had to do was refrain from doing any work on them.Britain had won its first real victory of the war, and its value to public morale was incalulable.I am deeply indebted to the following works, upon which I have relied for this account — • Alfred Price — "Battle of Britain Day" and "The Hardest Day" • Stephen Bungay — "The Most Dangerous Enemy" • Tom Neil — "Gun Button to Fire" • Richard Townshend Bickers — "The Battle of Britain" • Winston Churchill — "Their Finest Hour" — and also to the following for their help.
Their formation starts to break up as those with wounded on board seek a quick landing while others press on to the home base near Paris. It stands up on its nose as it lands, sliding along the ground and then crashing back down to earth.