An online gaming company is to fund the search for British Second World War Spitfires believed to have been buried in Burma.
Wargaming.net, the creator of the award-winning games World of Tanks, which prides itself on historical accuracy, has announced they are fully underwriting aircraft enthusiast David Cundalls efforts to recover the British Spitfires reportedly buried in Burma at the end of the Second World War.
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