National Geographic : 1943 Jun
British Information Services Above Snow-covered Hills of the Scottish Border Country, Fighting Poles Make a Photographic Reconnaissance inR.A.F. Planes Bitterly hating the Nazis for torturing their homeland, these exiles have won a reputation for reckless gallantry in the skies. Their two-seat Lysanders took part in French, Greek, and North African campaigns. Here they are used as trainers (pages 727, 733).