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Battle of Britain Combat Archive Vol. 3 - 11th August E on Behance

Commisioned illustration for Battle of Britain Combat Archive Vol. models by Marek Ryś, Wojciech Kliment Niewęgłowski, Sławomir Ostrowicki. Scene, textures and illustration by Piotr Forkasiewicz.

Following combat with GC II/10 and GC I/6 in France in 1940, Sgt Miroslav Štandera was assigned to No 312 Squadron RAF at RAF Speke in November. After staying in camp at Cholmodeley Castle, he was sent to the Czechoslovak depot at RAF Cosford, before being admitted to the RAFVR on 5 August and finishing his retraining on the Hurricane Mk I at No 6 OTU at RAF Sutton Bridge.

Following combat with GC II/10 and GC I/6 in France in 1940, Sgt Miroslav Štandera was assigned to No 312 Squadron RAF at RAF Speke in November. After staying in camp at Cholmodeley Castle, he was sent to the Czechoslovak depot at RAF Cosford, before being admitted to the RAFVR on 5 August and finishing his retraining on the Hurricane Mk I at No 6 OTU at RAF Sutton Bridge.

P/O Josef E Hýbler joined No 310 Squadron RAF at RAF Duxford on 15 October 1940. The Czech had been commissioned into the RAFVR on 2 August and transferred to the Czechoslovak Airmen's Depot at RAF Cosford, where the pilots commenced English lessons as well as RAF training. His arrival at the squadron was during the closing days of the Battle of Britain and his first operational flight was on 25 October for an uneventful patrol, followed by 2 more on 27 and 28 October.

P/O Josef E Hýbler joined No 310 Squadron RAF at RAF Duxford on 15 October 1940. The Czech had been commissioned into the RAFVR on 2 August and transferred to the Czechoslovak Airmen's Depot at RAF Cosford, where the pilots commenced English lessons as well as RAF training. His arrival at the squadron was during the closing days of the Battle of Britain and his first operational flight was on 25 October for an uneventful patrol, followed by 2 more on 27 and 28 October.

Sgt Rudolf Zíma was posted to No 310 Squadron RAF at RAF Duxford on 6 August 1940, following assessment at the Czech depot at RAF Cosford.

Events of 6 August including plans for the Luftwaffe's climactic aerial offensive against Great Britain.

Czech pilots of No 310 (Czech) Squadron, based at Duxford, being interrogated by the Intelligence Officer after a sortie.

Czech pilots of No 310 (Czech) Squadron, based at Duxford, being interrogated by the Intelligence Officer after a sortie.

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