THE SECOND WORLD WAR 1939-1945: PERSONALITIES
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Air Vice Marshal Sir Keith Park, a New Zealander who was a principal Royal Air Force commander in the Battle of Britain and who later commanded the RAF in the Mediterranean, Italy and the Far East. Shown here preparing to fly his Spitfire in Malta.
A portrait of Air Vice Marshal Sir Keith Park while commanding RAF squadrons on Malta, September 1942.
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