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  1. Overlord D-Day And The Battle of Normandy
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    6th June 1944: the date that marked the beginning of the end of the war in north-west Europe, and the day on which the liberation of France began.

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  2. BEHIND THE ENIGMA BY JOHN FERRIS
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    For a hundred years GCHQ - Government Communications Headquarters - has been at the forefront of British secret statecraft. Born out of the need to support military operations in the First World War, and fought over ever since, today it is the UK's biggest intelligence, security and cyber agency and a powerful tool of the British state.

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  3. THE DAMBUSTERS AND THE EPIC WARTIME RAIDS OF 617 SQUADRON
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    On the night of 16 / 17 May 1943 one of the most daring low-level night time raids in the history of air warfare took place, when nineteen Lancaster crews from the newly-formed 617 Squadron successfully attacked the great dams of Germany. Their audacious mission – codenamed Operation Chastise – gained them immediate fame and legendary status.

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  4. The Polish Few By Peter Sikora
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    They came to fight for freedom and their country, they came to fight Germans. Men of the Polish Air Force, who had escaped first to France and then to Britain, to fly alongside the Royal Air Force just as Fighter Command faced its greatest challenge – the Battle of Britain.

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  5. THE MIGHTY EIGHTH: A GLIMPSE OF THE MEN, MISSIONS & MACHINES
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    The heroics of the airmen who served in the United States Eighth Air Force and fought in the embattled skies of Europe during World War II are legendary.

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  6. Defeat of The Few: The Luftwaffe'S Campaign To Destroy
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    Over the past 80 years, histories of the Battle of Britain have consistently portrayed the feats of 'The Few' (as they were immortalized in Churchill's famous speech) as being responsible for the RAF's victory in the epic battle. However, this is only part of the story. The results of an air campaign cannot be measured in terms of territory captured, cities occupied or armies defeated, routed or annihilated. Successful air campaigns are those that achieve their intended aims or stated objectives. Victory in the Battle of Britain was determined by whether the Luftwaffe achieved its objectives.

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