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The Victoria Cross was instituted in 1856 as Britain's highest award for valour in the presence of the enemy without regard for rank. This prestigious medal was awarded on three occasions during the official dates of the Battle of Britain. However a case can be made that a fourth Victoria Cross was won during this campaign. This podcast tells the story of the four men who were recognised with their nation's highest honour for bravery for their actions throughout the summer and autumn of 1940.