|I found this amazing photo after a visitor of www.stanfordtuck.com attended me on it. I ordered the book wherein it appears via amazon.com and here it is! I wanted to share it with you.
The "great" thing when you take a good look at this photo is the visibility of the 29 swastika's for each German plane Tuck brought down. Go to this page of the website and take a good look at the crashed Spitfire. You will see that the swastika's originally appear on the other (left) side of the plane. Someone at this German 'graveyard' must have turned the cowling 180 degrees.
|Not all fell to fighters though - behind the front two Spifires in this luftwaffe 'graveyard' (AZ-B of No 234 Sqn and UZ-A of No 306 (Polish) Sqn) lies a fuselage bearing the initials RS-T, and displaying 29 small white swastika's on its cowling. This was the aircraft of Biggin Hill Wing Leader, Wg Cdr R R 'Bob' Stanford-Tuck, DSO, DFC, who had been brought down by light flak near Boulogne on the 28th of January 1942|