By Phil L. Listemann:
The Spitfire Mk.VI is probably the less known fighter variant of this famous British fighter, and was disliked by most of the pilots who flew it.
However, dispite this, the Mk.VI did the job the pilots asked the Mk.VI to do, and even if the association with the 616 has been a disaster, the association with the 124 hasn’t been that bad, far to be.
This study of 26 pages, (plus two printable posters) is detailing the true story of the Mark, with new and unpublished material.
Available in paperback form, or digital download (PDF, EPUB or Kindle format).
This book can be purchased here from RAF in Combat.