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    Re: An Invitation to a Saturday Seminar in January
    From: David Pike
    Date: 2014 Dec 20, 16:42 -0800

     

    Hi Richard

    Col Charles Lindbergh’s Lecture to Flight Cadets at The Royal Air Force College 1937

    I was shown the original by the RAF College Archivist in 2011, and I typed out a soft copy for her.  It’s been published since in three parts in the Royal Institute of Navigation History of Air Navigation Special Interest Group Newsletter.  http://www.rin.org.uk/resources.aspx?ID=173&SectionID=13 Go to Jan2012 pages 4-7 and March 2012 pages 10-13 to see the background.  There’s lots of other interesting stuff in there as well.  Unfortunately, I can’t find part three.  I think it must be in Issue 20, which appears to be missing; it’s not in Issue 19 May 2012.  I’m chasing it at the moment, but contacts are starting to close down for the Christmas break.  Also, apologies all round.  You’d have thought that if I was going to talk about a chap, at least I’d have learned how to spell his name correctly.  Dave

     

       
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