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1940- No. 74 R.A.F. Squadron "Ace" pilots Brian Draper (left), Harbourne Mackay Stephen (center) and squadron leader Adolf "Sailor" Malan (holding mascot terrier).

1940- No. 74 R.A.F. Squadron "Ace" pilots Brian Draper (left), Harbourne Mackay Stephen (center) and squadron leader Adolf "Sailor" Malan (holding mascot terrier).

The average age of an RAF pilot in 1940 was 20. The strain they were under is clearly written on the face of Squadron Leader Brian "Sandy" Lane pictured here aged 23, He was killed in combat 2 years later.

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The average age of an RAF pilot in 1940 was 20. The strain they were under is clearly written on the face of Squadron Leader Brian "Sandy" Lane pictured here aged 23, He was killed in combat 2 years later.

Adolf Galland, 1943

Adolf Galland, 1943

Champion Abraxas Audacity Crufts, Best in Show, 1972.  NOthing is more entertaining than a bull terrier.  Mine was sheer pleasure.

Champion Abraxas Audacity Crufts, Best in Show, 1972

Champion Abraxas Audacity Crufts, Best in Show, 1972. NOthing is more entertaining than a bull terrier. Mine was sheer pleasure.

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1079371ff1d6342a7c1c4912ae2bd6d3.jpg (736×981)

Me-109 E

Me-109 E

i love historical clothing: Edwardian hairstyles

i love historical clothing: Edwardian hairstyles

An Officer From The Polish Army Using A Telephone Affixed To A Dog Sled, In Poland In The 1930'S. (Photo by Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty Images)

An Officer From The Polish Army Using A Telephone Affixed To A Dog Sled, In Poland In The 1930'S. (Photo by Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty Images)

A lorry carrying infantry leaving the outskirts of Tarhuna during the advance towards Tripoli, 25 January 1943.

A lorry carrying infantry leaving the outskirts of Tarhuna during the advance towards Tripoli, 25 January 1943.

old war dog picture

old war dog picture

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