Item ITN/5/6/147 - Prince Charles at the Royal Air Force museum

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Prince Charles at the Royal Air Force museum


  • 12 February 1975 (Creation)

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London. Prince Charles chats with former Lieutenant General Adolf Galland 62 (right), when he opened an extension of the Royal Air Force Museum at Hendon, North London. In centre is one of Galland's wartime adversaries Group Captain Bob Stanford Tuck. The new extension will be available for temporary displays the first of these being "Wings of the Eagle" illustrating the history of German aviation. Galland shot down 104 allied aircraft on the Western Front during World War Two, more than any other German fighter pilot

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