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When all of a sudden I am unaware of these afflictions eclipsed by glory and I realize just how beautiful you are and how great your affections are for me. Oh how he loves us...

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P/O William D "Hurricane" David of No 87 Squadron RAF poses in front of Hurricane Mk I LK-A at Marcq-en-Barœul in May 1940. Aged 21, he was awarded a DFC and Bar in the space of 5 days, on 31 May and 4 June, reflecting the destruction of at least 11 enemy aircraft within 9 days while covering the retreat of the BEF. As their numbers depleted daily in France, pilots developed mental carapaces around them. David said later, "I had stopped making friends, because it was so painful to lose…

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The crushed bus at the Botanical Garden in Roseau is probably the only physical reminder of the passage of Hurricane David

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During the 1950s and 1960s, David Klein designed and illustrated dozens of posters for Howard Hughes’ Trans World Airlines (TWA). They remain the iconic images of the Jet Set Era.

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Hurricane Mk I LK-A flown by P/O William D "Dennis" David of No 87 Squadron RAF is refuelled at Seclin in May 1940. Prior to the German invasion in May 1940, the aircraft had a crowned red lion on a yellow crest painted onto its starboard cockpit door with eventually five small skulls added as David's victory markings above the artwork. A rigger unhinged the door soon after the aircraft had been abandoned at Merville and brought it back to England for eventual presentation to the squadron.

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1979 - Hurricane David Dates active: August 25 - September 8 Peak classification: Category 5 Sustained wind speed: 175 mph (280 km/h) Areas affected: The Caribbean, United States East Coast Deaths: 2,068 Damage: $1.54 billion (Pictured) A rubbish fire smolders between uprooted hulks of trees while, in the background, homeless Dominicans live in a tent camp provided by U.S. aid on Nov. 8, 1979 in Roseau, Dominica. The island was ravaged by Hurricane David in August 1979.