Ten Of My Rules For Airfighting - Original Poster WW2
A scarce original printed poster C1942/3 “Ten of my Rules for Air Fighting”.
Published 1942/3 Controller of HMSO
Size: 36cm x 26cm
The poster has been laid onto a backing board.
These rules for air fighting were referred to by Adolph ‘Sailor’ Malan, commander of No.74 Squadron during the Battle of Britain, as his ‘ten simple rules’ for fighter pilots. These rules proved indispensable to future generations of fighter pilots, and could eventually be found on the walls of most airbases.