'Winged Lion' plaque inscribed with names of 2,507 Czechoslovak airmen

17.11.2017 • On 13th November, Major General Jaromir Sebesta, Commander of the Czech Air Force, and Colonel Michael Longstaff, the U.K. Defence Attaché to the Czech Republic, attended the unveiling ceremony of a memorial plaque set below the monument of the Winged Lion Memorial in Prague which lists all the names of the Czechoslovak Royal Air Force airmen who fought during WWII.

'Winged Lion' plaque inscribed with names of 2,507 Czechoslovak airmen
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