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Category Aviation Books, Subcategory Eastern Europe, ISBN/Box 9788020616937, Publisher/Brand Nase Vojsko, Author Miloslav Pajer, Format a5, No. Pages 358, Version hb, Language Czech
The fact that 311 Bomber Squadron was undoubtedly the most important Czechoslovak unit of the British Air Force (RAF - Royal Air Force) during the Second World War but it was not the only one in the World War II that some of the Czechoslovak airmen worked. The Book of Airmen in RCAF, SAAF, SRAF, and RAAF 1940-1945 illustrates their warfare at some of the units incorporated in the Royal Canadian Air Force - RCAF, South African Air Force - SAAF, South Rhodesia Air Force - SRAF, and Australian Air Force - RAAF. Even in these cases, however, their activity outside of the Czechoslovak bombersquadron was incomparably lower. Often, however, its content was certainly interesting and varied in terms of the different types of aircraft on which they were flying. Not only were Bristol Blenheim, Bristol Beaufort, Bolingbroke MkIV, Avro Anson, Lockheed Hudson, Lockheed-Vega Ventura GRV, Canso Consolidated Catalina boats, Supermarine Stranraer, Consolidated B-24 Liberator , Vickers Wellington, but also machines such as Douglas (B-18A) DB-1 Digby, Martin PBM-3B Mariner and some individual types, especially the training aircraft. The author also mentions the conditions, times and environments in which our pilots moved. In this case, the text is accompanied by the relevant photographs and copies of the selected documents.
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