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Susannah Townsend Great Britain

Robert Taylor’s stirring painting was inspired by the late Group Captain Peter Townsend’s vivid description of an event that happened to him whilst in command of 85 Squadron during the Battle of Britain. Flying Officer Jim Marshall, was struggling to keep his Hawker Hurricane in the air after a collision during an engagement - it was barely flying. Townsend stood guard over the crippled aircraft, and using hand-signals guided the young pilot safely back to their base at Debden.


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Lying close to Bannial Flat Farm, where the first German aircraft to crash in England came to rest on the morning of 3 February 1940, He 111H-3 1H-FM of 4/KG26 received strikes to the tail and fuselage by F/L Peter W Townsend, F/O Patrick "Tiger" Folkes and Sgt Herbert JL "Jim" Hallowes of No 43 Squadron RAF who intercepted the bomber on an anti-shipping sortie over the North Sea 5m east of Whitby in Hurricane Mk I FT-B, FT-N and FT-J at 09.40, whilst operating from RAF Acklington.

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Battle of Britain (1969)

This movie tells a true story of the dogfights between the Royal Air Force and the Luftwaffe, resulting in the failure of Adolf Hitler's Operation Sea Lion.


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Pauperland: Poverty and the Poor in Britain By Jeremy Seabrook - In 1797 Jeremy Bentham prepared a map of poverty in Britain, which he called 'Pauperland.' More than two hundred years later, poverty and social deprivation remain widespread. Yet despite the investigations into poverty by Mayhew, Booth, and in the 20th century, Townsend, it remains largely unknown to, or often hidden from, those who are not poor. Pauperland is Jeremy Seabrook's account of the mutations of poverty over time,


Trinny and Susannah: 'We don't look at women as pieces of meat'

Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine, queens of the ruthless makeover, are back – with a new style mission for Britain’s women.