"Never in the field of human conflict …" – World War II Today
"we must never forget that all the time, night after night, month after month, our bomber squadrons travel far into Germany, find their targets in the darkness by the highest navigational skill, aim their attacks, often under the heaviest fire, often with serious loss, with deliberate careful discrimination, and inflict shattering blows upon the whole of the technical and war-making structure of the Nazi power."
Handley-Page Hampden Resurrection at RAF Museum Cosford
Handley-Page Hampden Resurrection at RAF Museum Cosford -Geoff Jones recently visited the Michael Beetham Conservation Centre at RAF Museum Cosford on behalf of Warbirds News. We were particularly interested to hear about progress on their Handley Page Hampden TB Mk.I restoration project.
Lysander and Hampden: Two iconic RAF aircraft restored at RAF Museum Cosford
Two iconic WWII RAF aircraft have been revealed for the RAF Museum Cosford Restoration Centre open week Given the condition of this rare WWII Hampden bomber when it first arrived at the RAF Museum in Cosford, visitors to the Museum’s...
ROYAL AIR FORCE BOMBER COMMAND, 1939-1941.
250-lb GP bombs on trolleys are prepared by armourers, prior to loading into Handley Page Hampden Mark I, P1333 'EA-F', of No. 49 Squadron RAF at Scampton, Lincolnshire. P1333 crash-landed near Breda, Netherlands, on returning from a raid on Merseburg, Germany on 17 August 1940.