As the Battle of Britain raged in the skies over Britain, the de Havilland Aircraft Company worked, with limited resources, to develop their DH-88 Comet into a combat aircraft that would take the war to the enemy. Designed on unconventional principles, unarmed and made of wood, the de Havilland Mosquito emerged as World War II’s most versatile aircraft.
Discover more about the Battle of Britain, see the aircraft involved and learn about the design and development of the amazing Mosquito. Your guide is aviation historian and official historian of the No. 617 Squadron Association, Dr Robert Owen.
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