Polish Air Force and the Battle of the Atlantic
During World War II Polish government was in exile in Grate Britain with its army and air force. Polish Air Force squadron’s no. 300, 301, 304, 305, and 307 are assigned to patrol the Atlantic from Iceland to the Bay of Biscay on the shores of Spain. They make 1,880 sorties totaling some 10,670 flying hours, attacking 6 German U-Boats and performing large scale mining operations.

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Poland 1943 U-Boat under attack of Polish aircraft
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