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Category Archives: Information
Neúcta k pomníku okřídleného lva! In June 2014, the Winged Lion monument was unveiled at Klárov, Prague; a gesture from the British ex-pat community in the Czech and Slovak Republics to thank Czechoslovakia for its men and women who served … Continue reading
For Czechoslovak RAF airmen relatives and enthusiasts, a key location to visit when in Brno is the Air Café. Pro všechny příbuzné letců RAF a také jejich sympatizanty, kteří navštíví město Brno, je nemyslitelné, že by nenavštívili jejich kultovní místo … Continue reading
Czech involvement with 105 OTU plus 511, 246 and other transport Squadrons in the RAF During the latter war years an ever-increasing number of Czechoslovak airmen were syphoned off from operational duties to take up a transport role, initially with … Continue reading
A useful guide to search for the Czechoslovak RAF airmen of 311 Sqn who died whilst serving in RAF Bomber Command : Užitečný průvodce pro vyhledávání jmen československých letců u 311. bombardovací perutě, kteří zemřeli během služby v RAF : … Continue reading
Free Czechoslovak Forces in Great Britain from 1940 A historical and philatelic study by Richard Beith FRPSL Monograph 30 completes a series of three monographs covering the Czechoslovak Forces in the West between 1939 and 1945: No. 26 (France 1939-1940), … Continue reading
The British Commonwealth Air Training Plan (BCATP) was probably the largest training plan in the history of military aviation. It was to be responsible for training almost half of all pilots, navigators, bomb aimers, air gunners, wireless operators and flight … Continue reading
In addition to Czechoslovak and British medals being awarded to Czechoslovak RAF airmen during WW2, some were also awarded from other nations as well. Usually these were from Poland and France in whose Air Forces the airmen had fought prior … Continue reading
The RAF Czechoslovak Depot – Cosford Entry to the Royal Air Force. The thoughts and feelings of a young unknown Czechoslovak airman recruit about his first day experience at the Czechoslovak Depot, Cosford : – Imagine yourself standing in front … Continue reading
Sponzorujte československé piloty z bitvy o Britanii Have you thought about sponsoring one of the 88 Czechoslovak Battle of Britain pilots, listed below who are named on the Christopher Foxley-Norris Memorial Wall, at the National Battle of Britain Memorial, at … Continue reading