No. 312 (Czechoslovak) Fighter Squadron

Tomas Polak, Jiri Rajlich

No.312 (Czechoslovak) Squadron was the second Czechoslovak squadron formed in Summer 1940 from experienced pilots fighting in Battle of France. Unit started the operational duty at the end of Battle of Britain and continued through D-Day till the end of war. Unit was equiped by Hurricanes and later by Spitfires.

This is complete history of this squadron illustrated by 75 photos and 10 colour profiles. It contains three parts:
history, appendices (comprising all the claims, losses including accidental, awards, maps and the operational diary) and pilots roster.

I was helping with some photos and information for pilots roster.

More information at the publisher Philippe Listeman's website https://www.raf-in-combat.com


News

23/05/2018 19:13

Riders in the Sky 1944

Added information about book Riders in the Sky 1944 which I co-authored. See a separate page in section Co-Authored Books.

Read more

—————

12/01/2018 18:23

Research Trip CZRAF2005

Page decribing my Research Trip CZRAF 2005 which I have lost during the webiste trnaformation has been partially recovered from old backup, the final part will be added soon.

Read more

—————

12/01/2018 17:49

Section Talks has been updated

Added brief information about my another talk about S/Ldr A. P. Zelený MBE given at Prague on 23. 11. 2017.

Read more

—————

03/01/2018 13:27

B-24 Liberator Handbook - 1.díl

Added information about book B-24 Liberator Handbook - 1.díl in which preparation I have acted as a helper. See a separate page in section Co-Authored Books.

Read more

—————

02/01/2018 15:08

B-24 Liberator in RAF Coastal Command Service

Added information about book B-24 Liberator in RAF Coastal Command Service in which preparation I have acted as a helper. See a separate page in section Co-Authored Books. B-24 Liberator in RAF Coastal Command Service Read more:...

Read more

—————