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Topic - French Air Force
Jack Donaghy, the boss on NBC's comedy "30 Rock," had had enough of TV inefficiencies and waste.
This is a story not previously available in English about Polish airmen in England at the time of the Battle of Britain. It's a story well known by the Royal Air Force (RAF) and those in England at the time who were literally saved from German invasion by them, but now mainly lost in the more popular histories of World War II.