Leading From The Front - Britains Highest Scoring Ace

Britain’s highest-scoring ace of the Second World War, and its finest wing leader of all time. To ‘Johnnie’ Johnson, who died 20 years ago, have been applied some of the most impressive accolades in the RAF’s history. What, though, were the particular qualities that made him so successful in combat — and as a leader of men? 

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