The Narrow Margin: The Battle of Britain & the Rise of Air Power, 1930-1940.
What does BOB stand for?
BOB stands for Battle of Britain (air battle between Allied and Axis powers over the English Channel in WWII)
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We have 130 other meanings of BOB in our Acronym Attic
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Samples in periodicals archive:
THE oldest surviving Battle of Britain pilot, who was based at Leconfield in East Yorkshire and was shot down in his Spitfire and wounded in 1940, has died aged 99.
AIR Cadets from 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron and members of the Coventry Branch of the Royal Air Forces Association were out in force collecting donations for the Battle of Britain Wings Appeal.
They played a pivotal part in winning the Battle of Britain for the Allied Forces in the Second World War.
Not the Battle of Britain hero, pictured, who saved us from the Luftwaffe and died in 1975.
THE youngest Spitfire pilot in the Battle of Britain has received the Freedom of the City of London.
Byline: Robert Weatherall HUNDREDS of people turned out on Tyneside yesterday to pay their respects to Battle of Britain heroes.
Byline: ROBERT WEATHERALL HUNDREDS paid their respects to former servicemen at a commemoration service for the Battle of Britain in Newcastle.