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Category Aviation Books, Subcategory Eastern Europe, ISBN/Box 9788086808222, Publisher/Brand SK publications, Author Miroslav Bednar, Format a5, No. Pages 184, Version Hard cover, Language Czech
During the 2nd World War II, there was considerable technical progress in most sectors of society, especially in aviation. In a relatively short period of time, aircraft types enhanced with powerful new engines, often increased the maximum speed and altitude ceiling, what. increased requirements for pilots, technicians and mechanics, the aeronautical personnel. Czechoslovak Republic after the war resumed building the Air Force with captured German technology and a small number of fighters and battle machines on which the Czechoslovak airmen returned from the Eastern and Western Front, participating in the battles against fascism. The second president of Czechoslovakia Edvard Dr. Ben. Czechoslovakia. and the government, faithful to the reference TG Masaryk, the founder of the First Republic, Masaryk Air League, which planned and splneným goal was education of quality military pilots and all technical personnel, immediately after the liberation decided the immediate creation of a two-year military pilot school. We have seen in the time-consuming and tedious training studios in 1948, which we, as the whole country prefer not determine skill, education, but political expression to the new regime.