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- 311 Sqn Never Regard Their Numbers – Coastal Command
- 311 Sqn Air-Crew Training - Bomber Command
- Service Records
- A short history of the Czechoslovak Air Force in WW2 and the Post-War Period
- Spitfire aircraft of 310 Sqn, 312 Sqn and 313 Sqn
- Photo Recognition
- 311 Sqn Never Regard Their Numbers - Bomber Command
Category Archives: Into exile
. . Prague Pimpernel by Joe Doubek . . . From a steady humdrum career as a young accountant, Joe Doubek was suddenly pitchforked into a life of danger, adventure and high drama by Adolf Hitler’s brutal seizure of Czechoslovakia … Continue reading
. When Germany occupied Czechoslovakia on 15 March 1939, Arnošt Mrtvý was serving in the Czechoslovak Air Force. Within days of the occupation the Air Force was disbanded. Arnošt, like many other of his fellow Air Force collegues, decided to … Continue reading
Eduard Prchal Jeden z hrstky ………………………..* 1 January 1911 ………………………..† 4 December 1984 Eduard Maximilian Prchal was born 1 January 1911 at Dolní Břežany, near, Prague. His father, František, was at that time a cabinet maker and his mother Božena … Continue reading
. On returning to his homeland in 1945 Karel Machaček, an ex-311 Sqn Doctor, served in the Czechoslovak Air Force HQ, at Prague. Initially with the rank of Major and by January 1948 he held the rank of Brigadier General. … Continue reading
. FLIGHT TO FREEDOM – Karel Šťastný’s airborne escape to England on 14 June 1948: At the time, late in January, 1948 that the new Government was set up under Communist Leadership, Karel was stationed at Bratislava and thus separated … Continue reading
. F/Sgt Bohumil Ryšánek served as a Navigator in 311 Sqn. In 1939, as a 25 years old, he chose to leave his homeland and take up arms against the German occupiers. His story of his route to England where … Continue reading
. . . . Karel Bednařík . . * 19 December 1920 † 26 February 2011 . . . . . Karel Bednařík was born on 19 December 1920, in Holešov in the Moravian region of Czechoslovakia. In 1934, after … Continue reading
. The autobiographical story of F/O Jaroslav Polivka’s escape from German occupied Czechoslovakia to England: I hadn’t known Mírek for very long prior to our from Prague. I met him first on a canoe trip I took with Otak and … Continue reading
We would like to contact: DRAHOMIR VALERIE daughter of F/Lt František Bekr 787627 (162683) who served as an Engineering Officer in 310 Sqn. RAF. František was born 28 July 1913 in Pecka, Nová Paka, Czechoslovakia. In August 1941 he married Mary Edith Snowdon and 12 … Continue reading