Having found the engine showing signs of strain during the previous day, Obltn Paul Temme of Stab 1/JG2 took off from Beaumont-le-Roger on a freelance operation on 13 August 1940, but fell behind and, while going to the assistance of a straggling Ju 88, is believed to have been claimed by Sgt Jack P Mills of No 43 Squadron RAF in Hurricane Mk I FT-S flown near Petworth at 07.00. Me 109E-1 Black Chevron came down at New Salts Farm, close to RAF Shoreham, at 07.10.
For over 900 years St Mary's Church in Rye, East Sussex, England has been the centre of this historic town and inside there are bookcases where you can buy used books for a small donation. I take mine and always find something interesting to read. On the way up I noticed the sign on the right which reads... In this ancient Vicarage John Fletcher was born in 1579. Jacobean dramatist and collaborator with Beaumont, Shakespeare and Massinger. Its now a tea room. By B Lowe