During the climactic phase of the Second World War, nine Canadian pilots came to England to fly and fight in one of the world’s most famous and legendary fighters, the Spitfire. This incredible true story describes each pilot’s combat missions, including those of one special Spitfire NH341 ‘Elizabeth,’ a fighter they all shared and flew with the Roaring Boys of 411 Squadron. There are heart-stopping tales of aerial dogfights against a deadly enemy. The author brings together official records, unseen photos and first-hand accounts from the pilots. Readers are transported into the wartime cockpit of a Spitfire on the lead up to the momentous events of 1944’s D Day landings. Illustrated with colour and black & white photographs.