Remembrance Day – 11 November 2014

Remembrance Day

11 November 2014

Remembering the Czechoslovak Airmen who died
in World War 2

Vzpomínka na československé letce padlé
v ve druhé světové válce

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510 serving in the Royal Air Force
who died 1940 to 1945

510 českosloveských letců padlo po dobu služby v Britském královském letectvu RAF v letech 1940/45.

7 serving in the Polish Air Force
who died in Poland in September 1939

7 československých letců padlo po dobu služby v polském letectvu v září 1939 v Polsku.

27 serving in l’Armée de l’Air
who died in France 1939/40

27 československých letců padlo po dobu služby ve francouzském letectvu – l´Armeé de l´Air v letech 1939/40 ve Francii.

1 serving in Forces Aériennes Françaises Libres [FAFL]
who died in North Africa 1945

1 československý letec zahynul po dobu služby v rámci Forces Aériennes Francaises Libres – FAFL v Severní Africe v roce 1945

8 serving on the Russian Front 1944/45 in the 1st Czechoslovak Independent Fighter Air Regiment and 1st Czechoslovak Mixed Air Division of the Allied Air Forces

8 československých letců padlo po dobu služby na východní frontě v rámci 1. Československého samostatného stíhacího leteckého pluku a 1. Československé smíšené letecké divize.

We will remember them

Nikdy na ně nezapomeneme

The assistance of
Pristine Image and Jaroslav Popelka
with this article is much appreciated.

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1 Response to Remembrance Day – 11 November 2014

  1. Nigel Spencer says:

    Important also to remember and honour the members of the International Brigades in Spain, who tried to proven the war before it began in 1936, or with the Munich Betrayal!

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