London Biggin Hill Home To ‘The Few’

Biggin Hill Airport first found fame as Winston Churchill’s "strongest link" during the Blitz period of World War II, as its prime position on top of the North Downs in Kent is a mere 12 mi. away from Central London. In the early days of WWII, many of the Luftwaffe’s pilots were war-hardened given...

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