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The Mosquito: The Plane That Saved Britain

DH98 Mosquito FB.40 (A52-1) - 1st Australian Mosquito built 1941 [Photo: BAE Systems]

Our intrepid explorer, Arthur, tells the story of the Mosquito, the light, fast plywood plane that served an invaluable asset in World War II. He meets the pilots who flew them and visits the last remaining Mosquito.

For those of you who missed it

To see more of the ‘Mossie” in action during WWII, check out the video below.

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