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Sit in our Mk16 Spitfire and receive a tour of its cockpit or try out our new virtual reality experience and pilot your own Spitfire. Charges apply.
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Published on: 10 July 2015
From 10th July, the Royal Air Force Museum will be publishing a daily blog about the Battle of Britain on its website www.rafmuseum.org/blog. Entries for this blog will be taken from the diary of a young pilot John Bisdee of No.609 (West Riding) Squadron, Auxiliary Air Force; and will describe not only his combat sorties but also his hopes and fears as well as his life off duty. On days when there are no diary entries the blog will reproduce information from the Air Staff Operational Summaries.The dates of 10th July to 31st October were selected as the blog’s publication dates as this period in 1940 was later laid down by the Royal Air Force for the allocation of Battle of Britain honours to units, and for aircrew to qualify for the Battle of Britain clasp.Peter Elliott, the Head of Archives for the Royal Air Force Museum, states:"First-hand accounts, written at the time of the Battle, are rare. Bisdee's diary shows that life on the front line could be a mixture of intense action and off-duty relaxation. We tend to think of the Battle as taking place over the South-East but Bisdee's squadron, based in Hampshire, saw action over an area stretching from the outskirts of London to Bristol. There are some gaps, but we have filled these with extracts from the daily Air Staff Operational Summaries, to give a picture of the overall campaign and we have also added relevant material from the Museum's collections, such as portraits of Bisdee and some of his colleagues and a number of the squadron's combat reports.
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