Back in the early dark days of World War II, where victory was far from certain and the armies of darkness swarmed the world, Britain was the country that stood alone against the darkness. Flooded with people who fled the Nazi onslaught, those that were willing signed up to join the British in fighting against their common enemy.
The Americans came, with the Eagle squadrons, the Checks, Free French, and the Poles. The following is one of my favorite scenes in the famous movie "The Battle of Britain" which depicted the period of time where Britain fought alone with the help of its exile allies. In this scene, the volunteer Polish squadron, still undergoing training, sees a group of German Aircraft and a chance at payback:
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