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Hurricane Collection

Background imageHurricane Collection: Prior to Coltishalls At Home day

Prior to Coltishalls At Home day on the 20th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, September 1960. Six generations of RAF fighters line up together

Background imageHurricane Collection: British aircraft camouflage, 1941

British aircraft camouflage, 1941
British aircraft camouflage, showing how the colours appear to merge into their surroundings, 1941. Date: 1941. Aircraft include Blenheim Bomber, Hudson Bomber, Wellington Bomber, Skua Bomber

Background imageHurricane Collection: Hawker Hurricane IIC Z3778

Hawker Hurricane IIC Z3778
Hawker Hurricane IIC, Z3778

Background imageHurricane Collection: Hawker Hurricane Fighter, 1939

Hawker Hurricane Fighter, 1939
Diagram illustration of a British Hawker Hurricane Fighter, able to fly at a height of 35, 000 feet, with a 600 mile range and eight fixed Browning guns, firing 250 rounds in 10 seconds

Background imageHurricane Collection: Empire Air Day Poster

Empire Air Day Poster
A poster for the Empire Air Day on Saturday 20th May 1939 at Warmwell near Dorchester. The Hawker Hurricane planes played a key role in attack and defence during WW2

Background imageHurricane Collection: Six generations of RAF fighters line up together

Six generations of RAF fighters line up together on the tarmac. Hawker Hurricane IIC, LF363; Supermarine Spitfire PRXIX, PM631; Gloster Meteor F8, WL164; Hawker Hunter F6

Background imageHurricane Collection: Hawker Hurricane IIC PZ865 / G-AMAU

Hawker Hurricane IIC PZ865 / G-AMAU
Hawker Hurricane IIC, PZ865/G-AMAU, The Last of the Many!, the final production Hurricane

Background imageHurricane Collection: Indian Ocean Mauritius

Indian Ocean Mauritius
Bird s-eye view of the harbour of Port Louis before a third of the town was destroyed this year by a hurricane

Background imageHurricane Collection: Pilot and Officer Standing with a Row of 111 Sqn Royal Airforce RAF Hawker Hurricane Mk 1S Parked

Pilot and Officer Standing with a Row of 111 Sqn Royal Airforce RAF Hawker Hurricane Mk 1S Parked Behind Date: 1938

Background imageHurricane Collection: American and British members of the Air Transport Auxiliary

American and British members of the Air Transport Auxiliary in front of a Hawker Hurricane. From left: Virginia Farr, New Jersey; Louise Dutch Schuuman, New York; Helen Ritchie

Background imageHurricane Collection: Hawker Hurricane IID

Hawker Hurricane IID

Background imageHurricane Collection: Hawker Hurricane, LF363

Hawker Hurricane, LF363

Background imageHurricane Collection: Hawker Hurricane I, V7826

Hawker Hurricane I, V7826

Background imageHurricane Collection: Hawker Hurricane prototype K5083 in the air

Hawker Hurricane prototype K5083 in the air
Hawker Hurricane prototype, K5083, in the air

Background imageHurricane Collection: Hurricane & Spitfire

Hurricane & Spitfire
A Spitfire and a Hurricane, World War Two aeroplanes, at an air show

Background imageHurricane Collection: Cyclone, Galveston 1900

Cyclone, Galveston 1900
Galveston, Texas, is devastated by a severe storm

Background imageHurricane Collection: Hawker Hurricane IIC PZ865

Hawker Hurricane IIC PZ865
Hawker Hurricane IIC, PZ865, The Last of the Many!, the final production Hurricane, is rolled out of the Hawker factory at Langley in 1944. Date: 1944

Background imageHurricane Collection: Hawker Hurricane I, W9232

Hawker Hurricane I, W9232

Background imageHurricane Collection: Flight Lieut. Nicholson winning the Victoria Cross; Second W

Flight Lieut. Nicholson winning the Victoria Cross; Second W
Illustration showing Flight Lieutenant James Brindley Nicholson shooting down a Messerschmitt 110 fighter-bomber over Southampton on 16th August 1940

Background imageHurricane Collection: Hawker Hurricane IIC PZ865 - RF-U

Hawker Hurricane IIC PZ865 - RF-U
Royal Air Force - Hawker Hurricane IIC PZ865 / RF-U, of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, parked outside the BBMF hangar at RAF Coningsby. Date: circa 1989

Background imageHurricane Collection: Hurricane at Madras, India: wrecks on the beach

Hurricane at Madras, India: wrecks on the beach Date: 1872

Background imageHurricane Collection: Hawker Sea Hurricane

Hawker Sea Hurricane
Royal-Navy Rn Hawker Hurricane Landing on an Aircraft Carrier with Arrester-Hook Deployed Date: 1940s

Background imageHurricane Collection: Hawker Hurricane Iic PZ865

Hawker Hurricane Iic PZ865
Royal Air Force - Hawker Hurricane Iic PZ865, of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. Date: circa 1988

Background imageHurricane Collection: Hawker Sea Hurricane Ib G-BKTH - Z7015

Hawker Sea Hurricane Ib G-BKTH - Z7015
Hawker Sea Hurricane Ib G-BKTH / Z7015 (msn CCF/41H/4013) Date: circa 2000

Background imageHurricane Collection: The Aeroplane Model Cut-Out Book 2

The Aeroplane Model Cut-Out Book 2
An illustrated cover for a WW2 children's model cut-out book, containing instructions to make models of wartime aircrafts. The image shows a British Hawker Hurricane fighter plane

Background imageHurricane Collection: WW2 - Hawker Hurricane Attacks

WW2 - Hawker Hurricane Attacks
A WW2 children's short story illustration showing British WW2 Hawker Hurricane fighter plane firing it's guns in a diving trajectory, towards some enemy armoured cars. Date: circa 1940s

Background imageHurricane Collection: WW2 - Hurricane Between Flights

WW2 - Hurricane Between Flights
A photograph of some British WW2 Royal Air Force men positioned on the wing of a Hawker Hurricane, refilling and re-ammunitioning it while the pilot stretches his legs. Date: circa 1940s

Background imageHurricane Collection: WW2 - Hawker Hurricane Diving

WW2 - Hawker Hurricane Diving
A photograph of a British WW2 Hawker Hurricane fighter plane diving into a cloud bank. Date: circa 1940s

Background imageHurricane Collection: HMS Theseus in a hurricane at San Domingo, West Indies

HMS Theseus in a hurricane at San Domingo, West Indies
HMS Theseus caught in the Antigua-Charleston hurricane at San Domingo, West Indies, September 1804. (1 of 2) Date: 1804

Background imageHurricane Collection: McDonnell F-4D Phantom 66-0267

McDonnell F-4D Phantom 66-0267
United States Air Force - McDonnell F-4D-29-MC Phantom 66-0267 (msn 1934, base code HS), of the 31st Tactical Fighter Wing, based at Homestead Air Force Base

Background imageHurricane Collection: Royal Air Force Pilot Officer K. W. MacKenzie, DFC

Royal Air Force Pilot Officer K. W. MacKenzie, DFC
Royal Air Force Pilot Officer K.W. MacKenzie, DFC, inspecting wing of his Hurricane, WW2. Date: 1942

Background imageHurricane Collection: Hawker Hurricane with Supermarine Spitfire

Hawker Hurricane with Supermarine Spitfire
Battle of Britain Memorial Flight - Hawker Hurricane IIC LF363 LE-D with Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IIa P7350 UO-T'. LF363 carries the markings carried by Douglas Bader's Hurricane in No.242

Background imageHurricane Collection: Hawker Hurricane IIC LF363

Hawker Hurricane IIC LF363
Battle of Britain Memorial Flight - Hawker Hurricane IIC LF363 LE-D, with the markings carried by Douglas Bader's Hurricane in No.242 Squadron. Date: circa 1980

Background imageHurricane Collection: Hawker Hurricane Mk. IIc LF363

Hawker Hurricane Mk. IIc LF363
Battle of Britain Memorial Flight - Hawker Hurricane Mk.IIc LF363 LE-D, at RAF Waddington in May 1975, marked as D of No. 242 Squadron, as flown by Douglas Bader. Date: 1975

Background imageHurricane Collection: Poster, It's a Hurricane - woman riding a bicycle, with an aeroplane flying overhead

Poster, It's a Hurricane - woman riding a bicycle, with an aeroplane flying overhead. Date: circa 1950

Background imageHurricane Collection: Shot away tail of Hurricane flown safely home, WW2

Shot away tail of Hurricane flown safely home, WW2
Shot away tail of Hurricane flown safely home across the Channel during WW2 Date: 1941

Background imageHurricane Collection: RAF Hurricane squadron on patrol, WW2

RAF Hurricane squadron on patrol, WW2
RAF Hurricane squadron on patrol during WW2, defending a city below. Date: 1941

Background imageHurricane Collection: Hawker Hurricane IIc single-seat Fighter Aircraft, WW2

Hawker Hurricane IIc single-seat Fighter Aircraft, WW2
RAF Hawker Hurricane IIc single-seat Fighter Aircraft, WW2 Date: 1942

Background imageHurricane Collection: Princess palm, Dictyosperma album var. aureum

Princess palm, Dictyosperma album var. aureum (Areca aurea). Handcoloured lithograph from Louis van Houtte and Charles Lemaires Flowers of the Gardens and Hothouses of Europe

Background imageHurricane Collection: Royal Air Force - Hawker Hurricane IIc PZ865

Royal Air Force - Hawker Hurricane IIc PZ865 Last of the Many of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, seen on display fitted with a non-standard four-bladed propeller

Background imageHurricane Collection: USN - Richmond Naval Air Station after Hurricane Nine - 1945

USN - Richmond Naval Air Station after Hurricane Nine - 1945
United States Navy - Richmond Naval Air Station (Richmond NAS), just west of Miami, showing the destroyed, huge, airship hangars which burnt down during Hurricane Nine on 15 September 1945

Background imageHurricane Collection: Tornado Sweeps Fields Date: 1950

Tornado Sweeps Fields Date: 1950

Background imageHurricane Collection: Sea Hurricane Mk Ib - Z7015

Sea Hurricane Mk Ib - Z7015
Hawker Sea Hurricane Mk Ib Z7015 at the Shuttleworth collection, Old Warden. Date: 1970s

Background imageHurricane Collection: Mignet H. M. 14 - G-AEBB

Mignet H. M. 14 - G-AEBB
Mignet H.M.14 - G-AEBB, at Old Warden, with the Shuttleworth collection. In the background from left, Avro Tutor K3215, Sopwith Pup N5180, Hawker Sea Hurricane Mk Ib Z7015. Date: 1970s

Background imageHurricane Collection: Hawker Hurricane Mk IV -fitted with anti-tank cannons

Hawker Hurricane Mk IV -fitted with anti-tank cannons, these aircraft proved highly effective in North Africa

Background imageHurricane Collection: Allied Flags - Hawker Hurricane - WWII Propaganda

Allied Flags - Hawker Hurricane - WWII Propaganda. Never was so much owed by so many to so few - Winston Churchill. The flags of Great Britain, Free France, South Africa, Australia, United States

Background imageHurricane Collection: Supermarine Spitfire PRXIX PM631 and Hawker Hurricane

Supermarine Spitfire PRXIX PM631 and Hawker Hurricane
Supermarine Spitfire PRXIX, PM631 and Hawker Hurricane IIC, LF363. Both aircraft currently fly with the RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight

Background imageHurricane Collection: RAF Poster, Help Britain Finish The Job! WW2

RAF Poster, Help Britain Finish The Job! WW2
RAF Poster, Help Britain Finish The Job! Showing two British Hawker Hurricane fighters flying over a British aircraft carrier at sea during the Second World War



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