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George Douglas Morant Blackwood fighter pilot he led 310 squadron (Czech) during the Battle of Britain. He was awarded the Czech war cross and the Czech Military Medal. He ended the war as wing Commander.

George Frederick "Buzz" Beurling DSO, DFC, DFM & Bar (6 December 1921 – 20 May 1948) was the most successful Canadian fighter pilot of the Second World War. Beurling was recognised as "Canada's most famous hero of Second World War", as "The Falcon of Malta" and the "Knight of Malta", having been credited with shooting down 27 Axis aircraft in just 14 days over the besieged Mediterranean island.

George Frederick "Buzz" Beurling DSO, DFC, DFM & Bar (6 December 1921 – 20 May 1948) was the most successful Canadian fighter pilot of the Second World War. Beurling was recognised as "Canada's most famous hero of Second World War", as "The Falcon of Malta" and the "Knight of Malta", having been credited with shooting down 27 Axis aircraft in just 14 days over the besieged Mediterranean island.

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Flying Hurricane Mk I DU-X on 8 October 1940, Sgt Josef Stehlík followed P/O Alois Vašátko and F/L Denys E "Kill 'em" Gillam of No 312 Squadron RAF from RAF Speke at 16.15hrs, when he encountered a Ju 88 at 1,200ft, firing 3 burst before the other standby pilots went into attack. They shared the squadron's first victory near Liverpool and returned to base after being airborne for 11 minutes.

Flying Hurricane Mk I DU-X on 8 October 1940, Sgt Josef Stehlík followed P/O Alois Vašátko and F/L Denys E "Kill 'em" Gillam of No 312 Squadron RAF from RAF Speke at 16.15hrs, when he encountered a Ju 88 at 1,200ft, firing 3 burst before the other standby pilots went into attack. They shared the squadron's first victory near Liverpool and returned to base after being airborne for 11 minutes.

Miraculous: The RAF pilot survived 55 missions in WW2, including two years hard labour in a Siberian work camp when he was captured by the Russians

RAF pilot who survived being shot down dies days after 100th birthday

Miraculous: The RAF pilot survived 55 missions in including two years hard labour in a Siberian work camp when he was captured by the Russians

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