The most important letter from ACM Sir Hugh Dowding to the Prime Minister Winston Churchill that saved Britain from Annihation
Bentley Priory was acquired by the Royal Air Force in 1926, becoming the headquarters of Fighter Command during the Second World War. Orchestrated from Bentley Priory under the command of Air Chief Marshal Sir Hugh Dowding, Fighter Command earned great fame during the Battle of Britain, when the Few held off the Luftwaffe attack on Britain.
Visit to BENTLEY PRIORY Headquarters Fighter Command