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Ceskoslovensti Lecti v RAF 1940-1945 / Czechoslovak Airmen in RAF 1940-1945)  9788020615985

Ceskoslovensti Lecti v RAF 1940-1945 / Czechoslovak Airmen in RAF 1940-1945) (Nase Vojsko 9788020615985)

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Category:Aviation Books
Subcategory:Eastern Europe
Publisher/Brand:Nase Vojsko
Author:Miloslav Pajer
No. Pages:590
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This product was added to our database on Wednesday 13 february 2019.

Category Aviation Books, Subcategory Eastern Europe, ISBN/Box 9788020615985, Publisher/Brand Nase Vojsko, Author Miloslav Pajer, Format a5, No. Pages 590, Version hb, Language Czech

The Czechoslovak 311 Bomber Squadron is undoubtedly the most important unit of the British Air Force (RAF), in which Czechoslovak Airmen fought during the Second World War. But she was not the only one. This fact is less well known to the general public, so the author tries to point out some other units included in the organizational structures of RAF Air Force, which in 1940-1945 some of the Czechoslovak airmen worked. The Czechoslovak Airborne Air Force Flight readers of the RAF (Air Force Command), bomber, reconnaissance, or transport units of the Overseas Command (Overseas Command), 2nd TAF (Tactical Air Force) the British 2nd Tactical Air Force in Europe, the Coastal Command and the ATC Air Training Corps, which is a unit of basic aeronautical training. It also describes the conditions, times and environments in which our pilots moved. In conclusion, the Czechoslovak airmen who were dismissed from RAF VR for the purpose of serving in the USSR or the Czechoslovak liberated territory and briefly also the fate of some Czechoslovaks serving in the British Army.


Unfortunartely the text is in Czech but it includes many interesting pictures 


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