A South African, a Welshman and a Scotsman and the birth of the Royal Air Force

Historian article

By Sebastian Cox, published 27th August 2018

In this article Sebastion Cox explores the significant role of international involvement in the creation of the Royal Air Force. The RAF owes its existence to a number of people but high among those deserving of credit are a South African Field Marshal, a Welsh politician and a Scottish soldier.

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