- Alois Vasatko – 19:00 – 11. 5. 2017. – Celakovice
- Plzen – 16: 00 – 25. 4. 2017
- Czechoslovak RAF airmen in the Caribbean
- Topolany plaque unveiling
- Brookwood – 6 May 2017
- Vladimir Nedved – Memorial plaque unveiled
- Ladislav Svetlik – Memorial Plaque unveiled
- Topolany – 14:30, 6. 4. 2017.
- Jindrichuv Hradec- 18:00, 31. 3. 2017.
- Frantisek Horky – 100th anniversary
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A history of Czech aircrew trainees at 111 OTU, Bahamas during World War 2 The last Czechoslovak aircrews passed out from No.6 (C) OTU at Silloth in August 1943 and shortly after the ‘Czech Flight’ was disbanded. A new training … Continue reading
At 2pm on Saturday 6 May, the annual ceremony to commemorate the anniversary of the end of WW2 will be held. at the Czechoslovak Memorial in Brookwood Military Cemetery, Surrey.
POZVÁNKA Vážení občané dovolujeme si Vás pozvat na slavnostní odhalení pomníku rodákům z Topolan – Janu Maršálkovi, příslušníkům Britského královského letectva Cyrilu Sklenářovi, příslušníku Čs. samostatné obrněné brigády Františku Muzikantovi a účastníku francouzského odboje Aloisi Klevarovi Pietní akt spolu s … Continue reading
A brief history about Spitfire TE566 of 312 Sqn.
RAF Místo narození Brno by Michaela Zemánková, Jaroslav Popelka RAF Místo narození Brno gives brief biographical information about the 110 Czechoslovaks from the Brno region who escaped from their homeland to join the RAF during WW2. The book provides background … Continue reading
We are very pleased and proud to announce that today this site has now reached the milestone of : 500,000 pages read A big ‘Thank you’ to all our readers, from all around the world, for their support in enabling … Continue reading
Spitfire AR501 is the only potentially airworthy Spitfire in Europe which has a genuine Czechoslovak RAF pedigree. For the past few years she has been undergoing a major restoration program at the Shuttleworth Collection but before too long should be … Continue reading
A guideline to insignia worn by Czechoslovak RAF personnel on their uniforms during WW2. _______________________________________________________________ Officers Upper sleeve rank insignia: Usually had a curved fabric ‘Czechoslovakia’ brevet worn on both upper shoulder sleeves: However that was not always the case … Continue reading