Flying Officer Neville Duke of No 92 (East India) Squadron with his Spitfire at RAF Biggin Hill, 1941.  After the war, Neville Duke became one of Britain's leading test pilots and broke the World Air Speed Record in 1953
Flying Officer Neville Duke of No 92 (East India) Squadron with his Spitfire at RAF Biggin Hill, 1941.  After the war, Neville Duke became one of Britain's leading test pilots and broke the World Air Speed Record in 1953
Flying Officer Neville Duke of No 92 (East India) Squadron with his Spitfire at RAF Biggin Hill, 1941.  After the war, Neville Duke became one of Britain's leading test pilots and broke the World Air Speed Record in 1953
Flying Officer Neville Duke of No 92 (East India) Squadron with his Spitfire at RAF Biggin Hill, 1941.  After the war, Neville Duke became one of Britain's leading test pilots and broke the World Air Speed Record in 1953
Flying Officer Neville Duke of No 92 (East India) Squadron with his Spitfire at RAF Biggin Hill, 1941.  After the war, Neville Duke became one of Britain's leading test pilots and broke the World Air Speed Record in 1953
Flying Officer Neville Duke of No 92 (East India) Squadron with his Spitfire at RAF Biggin Hill, 1941.  After the war, Neville Duke became one of Britain's leading test pilots and broke the World Air Speed Record in 1953
Flying Officer Neville Duke of No 92 (East India) Squadron with his Spitfire at RAF Biggin Hill, 1941.  After the war, Neville Duke became one of Britain's leading test pilots and broke the World Air Speed Record in 1953
Flying Officer Neville Duke of No 92 (East India) Squadron with his Spitfire at RAF Biggin Hill, 1941.  After the war, Neville Duke became one of Britain's leading test pilots and broke the World Air Speed Record in 1953
Flying Officer Neville Duke of No 92 (East India) Squadron with his Spitfire at RAF Biggin Hill, 1941.  After the war, Neville Duke became one of Britain's leading test pilots and broke the World Air Speed Record in 1953
Flying Officer Neville Duke of No 92 (East India) Squadron with his Spitfire at RAF Biggin Hill, 1941.  After the war, Neville Duke became one of Britain's leading test pilots and broke the World Air Speed Record in 1953
Flying Officer Neville Duke of No 92 (East India) Squadron with his Spitfire at RAF Biggin Hill, 1941.  After the war, Neville Duke became one of Britain's leading test pilots and broke the World Air Speed Record in 1953
Flying Officer Neville Duke of No 92 (East India) Squadron with his Spitfire at RAF Biggin Hill, 1941.  After the war, Neville Duke became one of Britain's leading test pilots and broke the World Air Speed Record in 1953
Flying Officer Neville Duke of No 92 (East India) Squadron with his Spitfire at RAF Biggin Hill, 1941.  After the war, Neville Duke became one of Britain's leading test pilots and broke the World Air Speed Record in 1953
Flying Officer Neville Duke of No 92 (East India) Squadron with his Spitfire at RAF Biggin Hill, 1941.  After the war, Neville Duke became one of Britain's leading test pilots and broke the World Air Speed Record in 1953
Flying Officer Neville Duke of No 92 (East India) Squadron with his Spitfire at RAF Biggin Hill, 1941.  After the war, Neville Duke became one of Britain's leading test pilots and broke the World Air Speed Record in 1953
Flying Officer Neville Duke of No 92 (East India) Squadron with his Spitfire at RAF Biggin Hill, 1941.  After the war, Neville Duke became one of Britain's leading test pilots and broke the World Air Speed Record in 1953
Flying Officer Neville Duke of No 92 (East India) Squadron with his Spitfire at RAF Biggin Hill, 1941.  After the war, Neville Duke became one of Britain's leading test pilots and broke the World Air Speed Record in 1953
Flying Officer Neville Duke of No 92 (East India) Squadron with his Spitfire at RAF Biggin Hill, 1941.  After the war, Neville Duke became one of Britain's leading test pilots and broke the World Air Speed Record in 1953
Flying Officer Neville Duke of No 92 (East India) Squadron with his Spitfire at RAF Biggin Hill, 1941.  After the war, Neville Duke became one of Britain's leading test pilots and broke the World Air Speed Record in 1953
Flying Officer Neville Duke of No 92 (East India) Squadron with his Spitfire at RAF Biggin Hill, 1941.  After the war, Neville Duke became one of Britain's leading test pilots and broke the World Air Speed Record in 1953
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Date Second World War
Cat Number HU 112294
Artist / Maker Beaton, Cecil

Flying Officer Neville Duke of No 92 (East India) Squadron with his Spitfire at RAF Biggin Hill, 1941. After the war, Neville Duke became one of Britain's leading test pilots and broke the World Air Speed Record in 1953

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