Canadian Typhoon fighter parked on marsden matting, date unknownCanadian Typhoon fighter parked on grass, Jan 1943Rockets being prepared for Typhoon fighters, RAF Newchurch, southern England, United Kingdom, 1943-1944British Typhoon aircraft marked with black and white stripes for Normandy operations, date unknown
Canadian Typhoon fighter parked on marsden matting, date unknownCanadian Typhoon fighter parked on grass, Jan 1943Rockets being prepared for Typhoon fighters, RAF Newchurch, southern England, United Kingdom, 1943-1944British Typhoon aircraft marked with black and white stripes for Normandy operations, date unknown
Leslie Bassett of No. 2777 Field Squadron RAF Regiment at the turret of his Humber Light Reconnaissance Car, the Netherlands, 1944-1945; note Typhoon aircraft of No. 257 Squadron RAF in background
Leslie Bassett of No. 2777 Field Squadron RAF Regiment at the turret of his Humber Light Reconnaissance Car, the Netherlands, 1944-1945; note Typhoon aircraft of No. 257 Squadron RAF in background
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