South East England
Arthur is in the south-east of England tackling some of the world's busiest airspace and, on the Isle of Sheppey finding the unlikely spot where British aviation first got off the ground. North of London, there's the home of airships - ancient and modern - and, in the region that led the fight in the Battle of Britain, one massive tick for Arthur's bucket list... a flight in a Spitfire.
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- Ch 354Battlezone WWII: Battle of Midway to Victory in the PacificThe 2nd US Marines' bloody assault on Tarawa.Flying Across Britain with Arthur WiIlliamsNowhere was the aerial firepower of World War II more concentrated than along the east coast of England. Explore an immense aviation story, and four wartime airfields that now feel very different indeed. Deep in Lincolnshire, East Kirkby still celebrates the heroes of the 1940s, whereas Lakenheath thunders with the noise of F-15 fighters, and the unmistakeable presence of thousands of Americans.