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The Chief of the Air Staff from 1940-1946 was Charles Portal. Though he was the RAF supremo at the time, he is probably less well known than some of the commander of various parts of the RAF such as Hugh Dowding (Fighter Command during the Battle of Britain) and Arthur Harris (Bomber Command from late February 1942 till the end of WW2).

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