The Battle of Britain - The Few

During my research into the history of the Battle of Britain, I have found the books below to be extremely informative and useful. Click on each of the pictures of the book covers to see more information about the book and for an opportunity to purchase the book.

603 Squadron Vol 1 Part one of a two volume history of 603 Squadron, covering the period from its formation up to the end of 1940.
603 Squadron Vol 2 Part two of a two volume history of 603 Squadron, covering 1941 to the date of the publication of the book in 2003.
Stapme Gerald Stapleton took up a short service commission with the RAF in 1939 and later that year joined the 603 Squadron. He eventually went on to become one of the outstanding fighter pilots of the Battle of Britain accounting for nearly twenty enemy aircraft.
Billy Drake Billy Drake was one of the most illustrious RAF fighter pilots of World War II. Starting with 1 Squadron in France in 1940 on Hurricanes, then with 421 Flight (later 91 Squadron) and on to several other squadrons.
Men of the Battle of Britain A biography directory of 'The Few'. Photographs and personal histories of the pilots and ground crew.
91 Squadron 421 Flight evolved into 91 Squadron and went on to become one of the most famous units in RAF fighter command.
Spitfire Ace This evocative and vivid portrait of fighter pilots investigates the motivation of the few that flew during the Battle of Britain.
Battle of Britain The full story of the Battle of Britain, with a blow-by-blow account and several days examined in exhaustive detail.
The Few: Summer 1940 - Battle of Britain Vintage photographs, and exerts from diaries show the Battle of Britain from the view of those involved.
Spitfire, by Robert Jackson This book traces the development and operational history of the Spitfire.
Harvest of Messerschmitts: The Chronicle of a village at war ~ 1940. Taking the diary of Mary Smith which records the daily local events, Dennis Knight has interwoven a narrative of the events of the Battle of Britain.
The Tiger Moth Story The aircraft used to train tens of thousands of pilots, many of whom went on to fly Spitfires and Hurricanes.

There are hundreds of books dedicated to this subject. The above selection only represent a small proportion of those available. When you search Amazon you will find many, many more.

If you cannot find the book that you want through the links above, you may be able to find a second-hand copy through ABE Books Used and out-of-print books.