For King and Country by Nicolas Trudgian


In morning light, Hurricanes of No. 56 Squadron, with ‘US-X’ flown by Pilot Officer Geoffrey Page, scramble from North Weald to intercept a large formation of bombers heading for London. Below them, the airfield recovers from the damage of successive Luftwaffe attacks and the Hurricanes of No.151 Squadron which are receiving essential maintenance are, for safety, dispersed around the perimeter. Ground crews live under canvas to be close to their charges, while, just beyond the boundary hedge, life goes on as well as it can. On the 12th August 1940, Geoffrey Page would be shot down, bailing out, badly burned. It would be two years before he returned to flying.

Battle of Britain edition limited to only 50 worldwide, signed by SEVEN of the ‘Few’

Wing Commander Owen Burns, Flight Lieutenant Terry Clark DFM AE, Leading Signalman Herbert Flower, Flight Lieutenant Albert Gregory DFC, Flight Lieutenant Bob Hughes DFC AE, Flight Sergeant John Keatings, Wing Commander Richard Summers OBE Ostj AFM, 
This comes with the companion print CROSSING THE EPPING ROAD signed by 3 of the ‘Few’ (unframed)

Flight Lieutenant Len Davies, Air Commodore John Ellacombe CB DFC*, Squadron Leader Doug Nicholls DFC


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