British Prime Minister visits the Winged Lion


On 22 January 2016 during his one-day working visit to Prague, David Cameron, the British Prime Minister, visited the Winged Lion Memorial, at Klárov.

Dne 22. ledna 2016 při jednodenní pracovní návštěvě Prahy, britský premier David Cameron navštívil Památník Okřídlený lev, na Klárově.

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With Bohuslav Sobotka, the Czech Prime Minister they jointly laid a wreath there to pay tribute to the 2,500 Czechosslovak men and women who served in the RAF during WW2.

Spolu s předsedou vlády České republiky Bohuslavem Sobotkou, vzdali hold 2500 československým mužům a ženám, kteří během druhé světové války sloužili v RAF.




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2 Responses to British Prime Minister visits the Winged Lion

  1. Zdenek Samek says:

    This is nice! Mr. Cameron shows that also in his tight time schedule is able found time to pay tribute to our Czechoslovak men and women who served in the RAF during WW2. Good lection to our politics, do not remember when last time pay tribute in Brookwood!
    Thank you Mr. Prime Minister!

  2. Chris Lock & Milena Kolarikova-Lock says:

    Thank you for sharing this and well done Prime Minister, the Czech Prime Minister and all others who attended this worthy and most special memorial. Salute!

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