Guest post from author Dilip Sarkar MBE.
The ‘Real’ Spitfire Pilot…
Spitfire Ace of Aces, The Album: The Photographs of Johnnie Johnson.
The Sands of Time: A Tale of Two Heinkels… When first I saw the Air Ministry’s 1941 pamphlet on the Battle of Britain, as a
‘Sailor’ Malan: Freedom Fighter
Johnnie Johnson’s 1942 Diary: The War Diary of the Spitfire Ace of Aces Air Vice-Marshal James Edgar ‘Johnnie’ Johnson, a policeman’s son from Leicestershire, was
Air Vice-Marshal James Edgar ‘Johnnie’ Johnson, a policeman’s son from Leicestershire, was the ultimate Boys’ Own Paper character: the RAF’s top-scoring fighter pilot and wing
Fascinated by the Battle of Britain from an early age, as a young man I realised that recording and sharing the Few’s memories was of
Driven by his passion to research and share the stories of casualties, and record the human experience of war, Dilip Sarkar MBE is a best-selling
2019 saw two major Second World War Anniversaries: the 75th anniversary of D-Day and that of the largest airborne operation ever mounted, MARKET-GARDEN, Field Marshal