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Introduction; 1: A Boy from Toten-May 1917-June 1938, Gjovik and Toten, Norway; 2: Learning to Fly-1938-1939, Kjeller Aerodrome, Akershus, Norway; 3: Invasion and Escape-1939-1941, Northern-Norway, Scotland, Toronto Canada, Aston Down Gloucestershire and Catterick Yorkshire; 4: First Flight-September 1941, 331 Squadron, Castletown, Skeabrea and Orkneys; 5: Battle of Britain Spitfires: November 1941, 331 Squadron, Skeabrea and Orkneys; 6: 'A' is for Bad Luck: December 1941, 331 Squadron, Skeabrea, Orkneys; 7: Scrambles and Dawn Patrols: February 1942, 331 Squadron, Skeabrea and Orkneys; 8: Combat Veteran Spitfires: March 1942, 331 Squadron, Skeabrea and Orkneys; 9: MK V Spitfire: April 1942, 331 Squadron, Skeabrea and Orkneys; 10: Baptism of Fire: North Weald Airfield, May 1942, 331 Squadron, North Weald, Essex; 11: Spitfire Summer: June 1942, 331 Squadron, North Weald, Essex; 12: Four Pilots Lost: July 1942, 331 Squadron, North Weald, Essex; 13: Battle over Dieppe: August 1942, 331 Squadron, North Weald, Essex; 14: Heavy Flak, Damn Close! September 1942, 331 Squadron, North Weald, Essex; 15: Nuts to Nazis: October 1942, Squadron, North Weald, Essex; 16: Heavy Flak over Dunkirk: November 1942, 331 Squadron, North Weald, Essex; 17: B-Flight Leader: December 1942, 331 Squadron, North Weald, Essex; 18: Leading 331 Squadron: January 1943, 331 Squadron, North Weald, Essex; 19: I Got One! February 1943, 331 Squadron, North Weald, Essex; 20: It Exploded and Went Into the Sea: March 1943, 331 Squadron, North Weald, Essex; 21: Blue Section Attack: April 1943, 331 Squadron, North Weald, Essex; 22: Junkers Ju 88 Shot Down: May 1943, 331 Squadron, North Weald, Essex; 23: To Vickers-Supermarine: July 1943, RAF Worthy Down, Hampshire; 24: Spitfires and Seafires: September 1943, RAF Worthy Down, Chattis Hill and Eastleigh, Hampshire, High Post and Wiltshire; 25: MB882, The Last of the XII: September 1943, RAF Worthy Downs, Chattis Hill and Eastleigh, Hampshire, High Post, Wiltshire; 26: Spitfire XII to North Weald: October 1943, RAF Worthy Down, Chattis Hill and Eastleigh, Hampshire; 27: Miss Sheila Lee: November 1943, RAF Worthy Down, Chattis Hill and Eastleigh, Hampshire; 28: A Christmas with Sheila: December 1943, RAF Worthy Down, Chattis Hill and Eastleigh, Hampshire; 29: 'You Took Off Up a Hill': January 1944, Chattis Hill and Eastleigh, Hampshire; 30: 'Those Guys Must Really Be Blind': February 1944, Fighter Leader School, RAF Milfield, Northumberland; 31: Squadron Leader: March 1944, 331 Squadron, North Weald, Essex; 32: Noball-Target and Royalty on the Same Day; 33: All the Way Back to Paris and Back: May 1944, 331 Squadron, Bognor Regis, West Sussex; 34: Into the Fire: June 1944, 331 Squadron, Bognor Resgis, West Sussex; 35: Fall of Night: 9 June 1944, 331 Squadron, Isigny Sur-Mer/Utah Beach, France; Bibliography.

About the Author

Tor Idar Larsen lives in Eina, Norway. He is the author of 'Viking Sptifire', 'Into the Swarm', and 'Mosquito Attack' [Fonthill Media]. He's also the author of two Norwegian war novels, and has written articles for several publications since 2009. He holds a Master degree in Pedagogy and works full time as a consultant.

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