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SECOND WORLD WAR Near Whitby Bannial Flatt Farm Incident took place on 3rd February 1940 A German Heinkel III which was the first enemy aircraft to be shot down over England on February 3, 1940. It was downed by a Spitfire piloted by Peter Townsend, later a Group Captain. The radar station at Danby Beacon also played a part in events as it was responsible for first detecting approaching Germa
 
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