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The story of the remarkable 166 women who flew combat aircraft from factories to frontline bases in WW2 often without navigational aids making it one of the most dangerous jobs in the war. They were the first women in British history to achieve equal pay. With Love Productions.
‘The forgotten story of the women who made the Spitfire roar.’ Telegraph.
Mary Ellis and Freydis Sharland describe how they felt on D-Day. Freydis had already lost six cousins and a brother.