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Emil Bocek, final Czech RAF pilot throughout WWII, dies at 100

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PRAGUE — Emil Bocek, the final residing Czech pilot who fought the Nazis whereas serving with Britain’s Royal Air Drive throughout World Battle II, has died at age 100.

A neighborhood middle for battle veterans within the Czech Republic metropolis of Brno, his hometown, stated Bocek died on Saturday. The Czech Protection Ministry confirmed his loss of life. No additional particulars got.

“Common Bocek was preventing for our nation to be democratic, free and impartial,” Prime Minister Petr Fiala stated.

Born Feb 25, 1923, Bocek fled Czechoslovakia in 1939 at age 16 following the nation’s occupation by Germany.

He fought the Nazis in France after which moved to Britain, the place he served as a technician within the air power’s No. 312 Squadron earlier than becoming a member of the RAF’s No. 310 Squadron as a pilot in 1944. Each fighter squadrons had Czechoslovak pilots.

“A Spitfire … it was a carriage,” Bocek advised Czech public radio in regards to the iconic British fight plane in 2016. “An unbelievable aircraft, an ideal aircraft.”

Bocek made 26 operational flights. He obtained a number of decorations in each his homeland and in Britain. from the Czech and British governments.

Britain’s King Charles III was amongst those that congratulated him on his one centesimal birthday final month.

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PRAGUE — Emil Bocek, the final residing Czech pilot who fought the Nazis whereas serving with Britain’s Royal Air Drive throughout World Battle II, has died at age 100.

A neighborhood middle for battle veterans within the Czech Republic metropolis of Brno, his hometown, stated Bocek died on Saturday. The Czech Protection Ministry confirmed his loss of life. No additional particulars got.

“Common Bocek was preventing for our nation to be democratic, free and impartial,” Prime Minister Petr Fiala stated.

Born Feb 25, 1923, Bocek fled Czechoslovakia in 1939 at age 16 following the nation’s occupation by Germany.

He fought the Nazis in France after which moved to Britain, the place he served as a technician within the air power’s No. 312 Squadron earlier than becoming a member of the RAF’s No. 310 Squadron as a pilot in 1944. Each fighter squadrons had Czechoslovak pilots.

“A Spitfire … it was a carriage,” Bocek advised Czech public radio in regards to the iconic British fight plane in 2016. “An unbelievable aircraft, an ideal aircraft.”

Bocek made 26 operational flights. He obtained a number of decorations in each his homeland and in Britain. from the Czech and British governments.

Britain’s King Charles III was amongst those that congratulated him on his one centesimal birthday final month.

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PRAGUE — Emil Bocek, the final residing Czech pilot who fought the Nazis whereas serving with Britain’s Royal Air Drive throughout World Battle II, has died at age 100.

A neighborhood middle for battle veterans within the Czech Republic metropolis of Brno, his hometown, stated Bocek died on Saturday. The Czech Protection Ministry confirmed his loss of life. No additional particulars got.

“Common Bocek was preventing for our nation to be democratic, free and impartial,” Prime Minister Petr Fiala stated.

Born Feb 25, 1923, Bocek fled Czechoslovakia in 1939 at age 16 following the nation’s occupation by Germany.

He fought the Nazis in France after which moved to Britain, the place he served as a technician within the air power’s No. 312 Squadron earlier than becoming a member of the RAF’s No. 310 Squadron as a pilot in 1944. Each fighter squadrons had Czechoslovak pilots.

“A Spitfire … it was a carriage,” Bocek advised Czech public radio in regards to the iconic British fight plane in 2016. “An unbelievable aircraft, an ideal aircraft.”

Bocek made 26 operational flights. He obtained a number of decorations in each his homeland and in Britain. from the Czech and British governments.

Britain’s King Charles III was amongst those that congratulated him on his one centesimal birthday final month.

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PRAGUE — Emil Bocek, the final residing Czech pilot who fought the Nazis whereas serving with Britain’s Royal Air Drive throughout World Battle II, has died at age 100.

A neighborhood middle for battle veterans within the Czech Republic metropolis of Brno, his hometown, stated Bocek died on Saturday. The Czech Protection Ministry confirmed his loss of life. No additional particulars got.

“Common Bocek was preventing for our nation to be democratic, free and impartial,” Prime Minister Petr Fiala stated.

Born Feb 25, 1923, Bocek fled Czechoslovakia in 1939 at age 16 following the nation’s occupation by Germany.

He fought the Nazis in France after which moved to Britain, the place he served as a technician within the air power’s No. 312 Squadron earlier than becoming a member of the RAF’s No. 310 Squadron as a pilot in 1944. Each fighter squadrons had Czechoslovak pilots.

“A Spitfire … it was a carriage,” Bocek advised Czech public radio in regards to the iconic British fight plane in 2016. “An unbelievable aircraft, an ideal aircraft.”

Bocek made 26 operational flights. He obtained a number of decorations in each his homeland and in Britain. from the Czech and British governments.

Britain’s King Charles III was amongst those that congratulated him on his one centesimal birthday final month.

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PRAGUE — Emil Bocek, the final residing Czech pilot who fought the Nazis whereas serving with Britain’s Royal Air Drive throughout World Battle II, has died at age 100.

A neighborhood middle for battle veterans within the Czech Republic metropolis of Brno, his hometown, stated Bocek died on Saturday. The Czech Protection Ministry confirmed his loss of life. No additional particulars got.

“Common Bocek was preventing for our nation to be democratic, free and impartial,” Prime Minister Petr Fiala stated.

Born Feb 25, 1923, Bocek fled Czechoslovakia in 1939 at age 16 following the nation’s occupation by Germany.

He fought the Nazis in France after which moved to Britain, the place he served as a technician within the air power’s No. 312 Squadron earlier than becoming a member of the RAF’s No. 310 Squadron as a pilot in 1944. Each fighter squadrons had Czechoslovak pilots.

“A Spitfire … it was a carriage,” Bocek advised Czech public radio in regards to the iconic British fight plane in 2016. “An unbelievable aircraft, an ideal aircraft.”

Bocek made 26 operational flights. He obtained a number of decorations in each his homeland and in Britain. from the Czech and British governments.

Britain’s King Charles III was amongst those that congratulated him on his one centesimal birthday final month.

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PRAGUE — Emil Bocek, the final residing Czech pilot who fought the Nazis whereas serving with Britain’s Royal Air Drive throughout World Battle II, has died at age 100.

A neighborhood middle for battle veterans within the Czech Republic metropolis of Brno, his hometown, stated Bocek died on Saturday. The Czech Protection Ministry confirmed his loss of life. No additional particulars got.

“Common Bocek was preventing for our nation to be democratic, free and impartial,” Prime Minister Petr Fiala stated.

Born Feb 25, 1923, Bocek fled Czechoslovakia in 1939 at age 16 following the nation’s occupation by Germany.

He fought the Nazis in France after which moved to Britain, the place he served as a technician within the air power’s No. 312 Squadron earlier than becoming a member of the RAF’s No. 310 Squadron as a pilot in 1944. Each fighter squadrons had Czechoslovak pilots.

“A Spitfire … it was a carriage,” Bocek advised Czech public radio in regards to the iconic British fight plane in 2016. “An unbelievable aircraft, an ideal aircraft.”

Bocek made 26 operational flights. He obtained a number of decorations in each his homeland and in Britain. from the Czech and British governments.

Britain’s King Charles III was amongst those that congratulated him on his one centesimal birthday final month.

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PRAGUE — Emil Bocek, the final residing Czech pilot who fought the Nazis whereas serving with Britain’s Royal Air Drive throughout World Battle II, has died at age 100.

A neighborhood middle for battle veterans within the Czech Republic metropolis of Brno, his hometown, stated Bocek died on Saturday. The Czech Protection Ministry confirmed his loss of life. No additional particulars got.

“Common Bocek was preventing for our nation to be democratic, free and impartial,” Prime Minister Petr Fiala stated.

Born Feb 25, 1923, Bocek fled Czechoslovakia in 1939 at age 16 following the nation’s occupation by Germany.

He fought the Nazis in France after which moved to Britain, the place he served as a technician within the air power’s No. 312 Squadron earlier than becoming a member of the RAF’s No. 310 Squadron as a pilot in 1944. Each fighter squadrons had Czechoslovak pilots.

“A Spitfire … it was a carriage,” Bocek advised Czech public radio in regards to the iconic British fight plane in 2016. “An unbelievable aircraft, an ideal aircraft.”

Bocek made 26 operational flights. He obtained a number of decorations in each his homeland and in Britain. from the Czech and British governments.

Britain’s King Charles III was amongst those that congratulated him on his one centesimal birthday final month.

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PRAGUE — Emil Bocek, the final residing Czech pilot who fought the Nazis whereas serving with Britain’s Royal Air Drive throughout World Battle II, has died at age 100.

A neighborhood middle for battle veterans within the Czech Republic metropolis of Brno, his hometown, stated Bocek died on Saturday. The Czech Protection Ministry confirmed his loss of life. No additional particulars got.

“Common Bocek was preventing for our nation to be democratic, free and impartial,” Prime Minister Petr Fiala stated.

Born Feb 25, 1923, Bocek fled Czechoslovakia in 1939 at age 16 following the nation’s occupation by Germany.

He fought the Nazis in France after which moved to Britain, the place he served as a technician within the air power’s No. 312 Squadron earlier than becoming a member of the RAF’s No. 310 Squadron as a pilot in 1944. Each fighter squadrons had Czechoslovak pilots.

“A Spitfire … it was a carriage,” Bocek advised Czech public radio in regards to the iconic British fight plane in 2016. “An unbelievable aircraft, an ideal aircraft.”

Bocek made 26 operational flights. He obtained a number of decorations in each his homeland and in Britain. from the Czech and British governments.

Britain’s King Charles III was amongst those that congratulated him on his one centesimal birthday final month.

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