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Pictured: The letter penned by Britain's highest scoring night fighter ace Wing Commander John 'Cat's Eyes' Cunningham singing Stevens' praises.
A poignant archive commemorating Britain's greatest night fighter ace of the Blitz has been discovered.
Flight Lieutenant Richard Playne Stevens, of 151 Squadron, claimed 14 night victories over the Luftwaffe without the benefit of radar in 1941, with his gallantry earning a Distinguished Service Order, Distinguished Flying and Bar.
The collection of 80 documents includes a candid letter singing his praises penned by Britain's highest scoring night fighter ace Wing Commander John 'Cat's Eyes' Cunningham.