‘Oswald Boelcke - Father of Aerial Warfare’ by Bill Fulton
08 Jul

Bill Fulton will be telling the story of the man who established the principles of air-fighting in the Great War, followed not only by his most famous pupil, Manfred von Richthofen ('The Red Baron') but also by Second World War pilots such as Douglas Bader. 

 

Venue: St Philip and St James Parish Hall, Vicarage Road, Whitton, TW2 7BY.

Close to Hounslow and Whitton Railway stations and on 281 bus route from Hounslow (stop Whitton Church) linking to Hounslow East underground

Time: Saturdays 3:10pm for meeting from 3:30-5:30

Donation (£4 suggested) requested to cover branch costs including room hire

 

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Oswald Boelcke

Oswald Boelcke (right) who shot down Robert Wilson (left) of the 32 Squadron Royal Flying Corps,

 

St Philip and St James Parish Hall, Vicarage Road Whitton TW2 7BY.
Stephen Mason , masonste@yahoo.com
08 Jul 2017 15:15