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Portrait of Air Marshal Hugh Dowding, circa 1935British Air Chief Marshal Hugh Dowding, between 1937 and 1955
Portrait of Air Marshal Hugh Dowding, circa 1935British Air Chief Marshal Hugh Dowding, between 1937 and 1955
Hugh Dowding and Douglas Bader, circa 1940Queen Elizabeth, King George VI, and Air Chief Marshal Dowding at RAF Bentley Priory, London, England, United Kingdom, Sep 1940
Hugh Dowding and Douglas Bader, circa 1940Queen Elizabeth, King George VI, and Air Chief Marshal Dowding at RAF Bentley Priory, London, England, United Kingdom, Sep 1940
Dowding with an aide and several British fighter pilots outside the Air Ministry, London, England, United Kingdom, 14 Sep 1942Air Chief Marshal Lord Dowding laying the foundation stone at the Battle of Britain Memorial Chapel at Biggin Hill, London, England, United Kingdom, 24 Jul 1951
Dowding with an aide and several British fighter pilots outside the Air Ministry, London, England, United Kingdom, 14 Sep 1942Air Chief Marshal Lord Dowding laying the foundation stone at the Battle of Britain Memorial Chapel at Biggin Hill, London, England, United Kingdom, 24 Jul 1951
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"No bastard ever won a war by dying for his country. You win the war by making the other poor dumb bastard die for his country!"

George Patton, 31 May 1944