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The Kiwi who Saved Britain
When the Battle of Britain begins in the Summer of 1940 the man in charge of the defence of London and the British South East is New Zealander Keith Park.
Already a flying Ace decorated in World War 1, Kiwi Keith Park had been working with Air Chief Marshall Lord Dowding for 2 years planning Britain’s air defences.
In 1940 Keith Park is commander of the RAF’s 11 Group and faces the full force of the Luftwaffe as Hitler attempts to wipe out the RAF and clear the way for his armies to cross the English Channel.
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