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- I zeny chtely bojovat!
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- Zivotni pout pilota Karla Knaifla
- Nieuwe Niedorp excavation
- Escape from France to England
- Remembering the 88
- More Czechoslovak connection at the Kent BoB Museum
- Czechoslovak pilots in the Battle of Britain
- Photo Recognition
- Spitfire AR501
- Spitfire aircraft of 310 Sqn, 312 Sqn and 313 Sqn
- Karel Seda - My Journey to War
- Alois Dvorak - One of the Few
- The Other Side Of Brookwood
- Czechoslovak RAF Uniform Insignia
- Red Sky at Night by Jo Capka
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Category Archives: Into exile
Vzpominka na Františka Peřinu On 9 April 2011 the village of Morkůvky, nr Brno in the Moravian Region of the Czech Republic, commemorated the 100th Anniversary of the birth its most famous son: Dne 9. dubna 2011 nedaleko Brna v … Continue reading
War was never declared between Czechoslovakia and Germany. At 01:30 on 30 September 1938 the Munich Agreement was signed by Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Neville Chamberlain and Édouard Daladier the leaders of Nazi Germany, Italy, Great Britain and France respectively. … Continue reading
. . Vít Angetter . . . ..* 25 February 1921 † 24 October 2009 . . Vít Angetter, was a man who fought as a pilot not only in WWII but also, as one of the very few, in … Continue reading
Úlety do exilu v roce 1950 Time was now running out for the ex-RAF airmen many of whom knew that they were under observation from the Státní bezpečnost [StB] – the Czechoslovak Secret Police – and it would only be … Continue reading
Úlety do exilu v roce 1949 By 1949 escaping by aircraft was becoming more difficult because many of the ex-RAF airmen serving in the Czechoslovak Air Force had been dismissed or had been grounded and so their access to aircraft … Continue reading
Úlety do exilu v roce 1948 With the end of World War 2, the Czechoslovak RAF personnel were finally permitted to return to their homeland in August 1945 – some three months after the war had finished. Whilst stationed in … Continue reading