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Battle of Britain: Norfolk RAF pilot recalls warfare
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Tom Neil describes his experiences as a Hurricane pilot

A former RAF pilot who lives in Norfolk has written a book about his role in the Battle of Britain.

The book by Tom Neil, 90, looks to debunk some of the myths surrounding Britain's battle for air supremacy in 1940.

Tom flew Hurricanes from North Weald in Essex as he defended the nation against the German Luftwaffe.

BBC Look East's Mike Liggins spoke to Tom about the air battle which shaped the outcome of WWII 70 years on.




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