Kent And Sussex 1940

Author: Stuart Hylton
Publisher: Pen and Sword
ISBN: 147381572X
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General Ismay, Chief of Staff to Winston Churchill When you are driving, you don't
hear much of what goes on outside and sometimes you get a bit of a shock when
you find a 'yellow-nose' flying along beside you, during the daytime, and the run
anywhere between Folkestone, Dover and Deal can be quite lively. It was not just
Spitfire pilots who had close encounters with Messerschmitts. This was an east
Kent bus driver, quoted in H R P Boorman. Hell 's Corner 1940, Kent Messenger,

The Good Fight

Author: G. Campion
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230291643
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PRIESTLEY, J.B. 1940. Postscripts. Heinemann: London. PRATT BOORMAN,
H.R. 1942. Hell's Corner 1940: Kent becomes the Battlefield of Britain. Kent
Messenger: Maidstone. PUDNEY, J. 1942. Dispersal Point. The Bodley Head:
Oxford. PUDNEY, J. 1944. The Air Battle of Malta: The Official Account of the
R.A.F. in Malta, June 1940 to November 1942. AM/MOI. HMSO: London. 'RAF
CASUALTY' [Gleave, P.T.] 1941. I Had a Row with a German. Macmillan: London.
READ, H. 1944.

Who The Hell S In It

Author: Peter Bogdanovich
Publisher: Ballantine Books
ISBN: 0307757838
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... when he was eightysix, he remembered vividly the difficulties he had with the
café scene in Ernst Lubitsch's sublime T/)1' Shop Around the Corner (1940). The
complicated and crucial dialogue with Margaret Sullavan evidently gave him a lot
of trouble, and took quite a few takes to get it right. Lubitsch, he said, “told you
exactly how he wanted the thing played, but of course you had to make that work
for yo u, and I had a devil of a time with that scene. Isn't it funny, I can remember
that, ...

The Few

Author: Alex Kershaw
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0141919426
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Bekker, Cajus. The Luftwaffe War Diaries. London, Macdonald, 1964. Bickers,
Richard Townsend. Ginger Lacey, Fighter Pilot. London, Robert Hale, 1962.
Bishop, Edward. Their Finest Hour. New York, Ballantine, 1968. Bishop, Edwin.
The Battle of Britain. Allen and Unwin Ltd., 1960. Bloch, Michael. Ribbentrop.
London, Bantam Books, 1992. Bolitho, Hector. Combat Report. London, B.T.
Batsford Ltd., 1943. Boorman, H. R. P. Hell's Corner 1940. Kent, Maidstone, 1943
. Bowyer, Chaz.

British Civilians In The Front Line

Author: Helen Jones
Publisher: Manchester University Press
ISBN: 9780719072901
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70 Daily Mirror 18 November 1940. 71 Croydon Times 19 October 1940. 72
South London Press 27 August 1940. 73 Croydon Times 14 September 1940. 74
Wimbledon Borough News 20 September 1940. 75 Croydon Times 28
September 1940. 76 Wimbledon Borough News 22 November 1940. 77 H. R.
Pratt Boorman, Hell's Corner: Kent Becomes the Battlefield of Britain (Kent
Messenger, 1942), p. 23. 78 Peter Tory, Giles: A Life in Cartoons (Headline, 1992
), Activities after the ...

The Green Beret The Story Of The Commandos 1940 1945

Author: Lt. Hilary St. George Saunders
Publisher: Pickle Partners Publishing
ISBN: 1786258099
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When three miles off the French coast they would transfer to dorys manned by
four picked crews. A few hundred yards from the shore they would exchange the
dorys for rubber dinghies. These in turn they were to abandon when in shallow
water, and wade through the sea towards the beach, using mine detectors as
they went. The place chosen for these activities was the most highly defended
spot on the coast of France, Cap Gris Nez, close to Calais. It was known as Hell's

We Can Take It

Author: Mark Connelly
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317869834
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32 H.R. Pratt Boorman, Hell's Corner: Kent Becomes the Battlefield of Britain (
Maidstone 1942), p. 10. 33 Ibid., p. 19. 34 Ibid., p. 90. 35 Ponting, Mythand
Reality,p. 142; Calder, People, p. ... aDarkest. Hour«. 37 Neil Grant, Hamlyn
Children's History of Britain (London 1981), p. 284. 38 Angus Calder,The Myth of
the Blitz (London 1991), p. 143. 39 Ibid. 40 War Illustrated 20 September, 11
October, 18 October 1940 (vol. 2). 41 Ibid., 8 November 1940. 42 The World at
War, Episode Four: ...

A Dictionary Of Slang And Unconventional English

Author: Eric Partridge
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134963653
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Hell. 'A dark corner near Third Pot, famed for its growth of violets', Wrench:
Winchester College: C.19-20: prob. rather j. than eligible. Ex the Hampshire hell,
a dark place in the woods.—2. Little Hell: 'A small dark covered passage, leading
from London-wall to Bell-alley' (Grose, 2nd ed.): mid-C.18-early 19.-3. See Lower
Tartary; Upper Tartary; Hell Passage. hell is frequent in imprecations, esp. in hell!
, go to hell], hell's bells! (Colonial), and the quaint go to hell and pump thunder! —

Summer 1940

Author: Roger Parkinson
Publisher: David McKay Company
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Who Won the Battle of Britain, London, 1974 beauman, katherine bentle,
Partners in Blue: The Story of Women's Service with the RAF, London, 1971
bekker, cajus, The Luftwaffe War Diaries (translated and edited by Frank Ziegler),
London, 1967 bishop, edward, The Battle of Britain, London, 1960 boorman, pratt
, H. r., Hell's Corner 1940, Maidstone, 1943 brickhill, PaUl, Reach for the Sky,
London, 1954 bryant, arthur, The Turn of the Tide, 1939-1943, Study based on
the Diaries and ...