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

12/06/2019 09:46

New article in REVI 115

Added info about my new article in REVI 115 into section REVI magazine

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04/06/2019 12:49

Technological update

Home page updated, new links added, spelling corrected, etc.

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13/05/2019 09:39

New page REVI magazine

I have added new page REVI magazine into section Books & Talks announcing my articles for this Czech aviation magazine.

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27/01/2019 17:36

Talk about Sgt Otakar Janůj II

Short info with few photos has been added into section Talks about the talk Otakar Janůj, 311 Squadron wireless operator" given at Faculty of Transportation Sciences in Praha on 24. 1. 2019.

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17/01/2019 11:42

Invitation to talk on 24.1.2019 added

Invitation to talk on 24.1.2019 at CTU Faculty of Transportation Sciences, Prague-Albertov, added to main page. Theme - 311 Squadron Wireless Operator Sgt Otakar Janůj.  

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