We have launched an online project to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain: https://www.facebook.com/groups/670677210182530/?source_id=176676719138074.
Every day you will find a profile of one of the Czechoslovak RAF pilots, participants in the Battle of Britain, interesting photos and other thematic information.
In addition, we are already planning the first events.
On August 29, we will be in the Kunovice Aviation Museum for the event Arrival from the holidays …. or something like that, but we will be there 🙂
On September 11, we will be in Oslavany, where a memorial plaque to Karel Kunk, a radio operator of the 311th Czechoslovak Bomber Squadron, will be unveiled.
On September 12, an exhibition on Czechoslovak pilots in the RAF will open in Nová Paka. From us you will find an exhibition about Heavenly Riders
On October 3, you will find us in Kroměříž on the Day of Uniformed Choirs.
Then we will definitely be somewhere else, but we are just preparing when and where.
ABOUT OUR ACTIVITIES
… travelling bilingual exhibitions, board game about
Battle of Britain named “303”, eqiupment and gear of RAF
and WAAF, experiences with realisation of commemoration
plaques and ceremonies.
More about our offer
… men and women, which as members of RAF and WAAF
fought for our freedom via exhibitions, commemoration
plaques and monuments, lectures, publications
More about our events
We managed to ...
…realise of monument dedicated to Czechoslovak airmen in the RAF and victims of the holocaust
from Trhová Kamenice, East Bohemia, Czech Republic
…realise of monument dedicated to Czechoslovak airmen in the RAF natives from Pilsen – Karlov, Czech Republic
…realise commemoration plaques dedicated to Czechoslovak airmen in the RAF in Manston and Catterick
…prepare travelling bilingual exhibition about Czechoslovak men and women in the RAF and WAAF
travelling bilingual exhibition about the best Czechoslovak movie about RAF airmen and book Nebeští jezdci – Riders in the Sky
… and much more.
Are you interested in our activities
and do you think, they are important?
Would you like to take part in it and help us to prepare exhibitions, commemoration evens or do research?
Would like to support our activities by donations or by opportunity for presentation of our living history group?