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Hawker Hurricane Gallery

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Choose from 72 pictures in our Hawker Hurricane collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Prior to Coltishalls At Home day Featured Hawker Hurricane Print

Prior to Coltishalls At Home day

Prior to Coltishalls At Home day on the 20th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, September 1960. Six generations of RAF fighters line up together. Hawker Hurricane IIC, LF363; Supermarine Spitfire PRXIX, PM631; Gloster Meteor F8, WL164; Hawker Hunter F6, XK136; Gloster Javelin F(AW)9, XH894 and English Electric Lightning F1, XM137. [See also 56001263.] Date

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Dornier Do-17Z-3 Featured Hawker Hurricane Print

Dornier Do-17Z-3

A Luftwaffe 7./ Kampfgeschwader 3 Dornier Do-17 (Mod 215) Shot-Down by a RAF Hawker Hurricane and Crash-Landed on the Rocky Beach of Foreness Point, Isle of Thanet at 12.55Pm on 26th August 1940, Whilst on an Attack on West Malling During the Battle-Of-Britain - Note Mans Legs Sticking out from under Fuselage and Bombs under Wing - the Crew Was Uffz R Haupt Survived with Shock, Pilot-Lt Karl Eggert Survived the Crash But Died 2 Days Later, Obergefr Walter Knochenmuss Died, K Kamm Survived. the Dead Are Burried in Margate Cemetary. Date: 1940

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Heinkel He-111H Featured Hawker Hurricane Print

Heinkel He-111H

Soldiers Inspect the Wreckage of a Luftwaffe 2./ Kampfgeschwader 55 Heinkel He-111 Shot-Down by Pilot-Officer Lord Rup Kay-Shuttleworth and Pilot-Officer Ecj Wakeham Flying RAF Hawker Hurricane 1S of 145 Sqn Based at Tangmere, Sussex, UK and Crash-Landed on East Beach, Selsey Bill and Caught Fire on 11th July 1940, at 18.15Pm, Whilst on an Attack on Portsmouth Dockyards During the Battle-Of-Britain - Three of the Crew Were Wounded and Captured - Oberlts Schweinhagen, Oberfw E Slotosch, Fw H Steiner; and Two Were Killed Uffz W Muller and Oberfw H Schluter and Are Burried in Saint Andrews Churchyard, Tangmere, UK Date: 1940

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