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Air Chief Marshal Sir Keith Rodney Park, (15 June 1892 – 6 February 1975) was a New Zealand soldier, First World War flying ace and Second World War Royal Air Force commander. He was in operational command during two of the most significant air battles in the European theatre in the Second World War, helping to win the Battle of Britain and the Battle of Malta. In Germany, he was supposedly known as "the Defender of London".

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  • Sir Keith Rodney Park
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  • "The Defender of London"
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  • Air Chief Marshal Sir Keith Rodney Park, (15 June 1892 – 6 February 1975) was a New Zealand soldier, First World War flying ace and Second World War Royal Air Force commander. He was in operational command during two of the most significant air battles in the European theatre in the Second World War, helping to win the Battle of Britain and the Battle of Malta. In Germany, he was supposedly known as "the Defender of London".
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  • Air Chief Marshal Sir Keith Rodney Park, (15 June 1892 – 6 February 1975) was a New Zealand soldier, First World War flying ace and Second World War Royal Air Force commander. He was in operational command during two of the most significant air battles in the European theatre in the Second World War, helping to win the Battle of Britain and the Battle of Malta. In Germany, he was supposedly known as "the Defender of London".
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  • British Empire
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  • AHQ Egypt(1942)
  • AHQ Malta(1942–44)
  • No. 11 (Fighter) Group(1940)
  • Air Command, South East Asia(1945–1946)
  • Middle East Command(1944–1945)
  • No. 111 Squadron(1927–1928)
  • No. 23 (Training) Group(1940–1942)
  • No. 48 Squadron(1918–1919)
  • RAF Hornchurch(1928–1929)
  • RAF Northolt(1931–1932)
  • RAF Tangmere(1937–1938)
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