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Squadron Leader Eugeniusz ‘Dziubek’ Horbaczewski transferring his kills to his newly delivered P-51 Mustang at Brenzett, 3rd August 1944. He was shot down and killed on 18th August 1944.

Hurricanes of 303 'Polish' Squadron climb steadily out from Northolt to intercept an incoming Luftwaffe bomber formation heading for London in September 1940, led by Canadian Flight Commander Flt Lt Johnny Kent. ('Undaunted by odds' by Robert Taylor)

ilots of 303. Sqn and Spitfire Mk Vb s/n BL670 RF*K "Vojtek" - RAF Northolt early May 1942. Standing L to R: F/Sgt Waclaw GIERMER, F/Sgt SZNAPKA, P/O Marian SZELESTOWSKI, F/O Jerzy SCHMIDT, F/O Janusz KOBYLINSKI, unknown, F/O Eugeniusz "Horba" HORBACZEWSKI, F/O Janusz MARCINIAK, Sq/ldr Jan "Johnny" ZUMBACH, Fl/lt Zygmunt BIENKOWSKI. On the Spitfire L to R: Sgt Jozef STASIK, Sgt Ryszard GORECKI, F/Sgt Mieczyslaw ADAMEK. Below of Sgt Gorecki is F/O Longin MAJEWSKI.