Lettice Curtis: Her Autobiography

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Red Kite / Air Research, 2004 - Air pilots - 222 pages
With so many tales to tell, both tragic and comic, from her long and distinguished career as an air pilot, Lettice Curtis recalls her remarkable life.
 

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A bit disappointing - lots of lists of planes she flew, and to where, but nothing to round out the experience and make it into a readable story. Read full review

Contents

DENBURY
9
BUDE
13
BENENDEN
17
OXFORD
24
LEARNING TO FLY
29
C L AIR SURVEYS
37
AIR TRANSPORT AUXILIARY NO 5 FERRY POOL HATFIELD
43
MASTERS AND OXFORDS
52
FIDO AND THE HALIFAX
117
TYPHOON ACCIDENT
122
FOR THE INVASION
129
ATA CLOSES
132
THE AMERICAN SPITFIRE
142
THE AEROPLANE AND ARMAMENT EXPERIMENTAL ESTABLISHMENT BOSCOMBE DOWN
153
LINCOLN TO WOOMERA
166
FAIREYS
173

WINTER 1940 TO SEPTEMBER 1941
57
HURRICANES AND SPITFIRES
64
NO 15 FERRY POOL HAMBLE
71
NO 6 FERRY POOL RATCLIFFE
76
RETURN TO HATFIELD
83
BACK TO HAMBLE
92
NO I FERRY POOL WHITE WALTHAM
96
HALIFAX TRAINING
106
POSTFAIREYS
187
FORGOTTEN PILOTS
193
COCHIN
199
POSTCAA AS A CONTRACTOR
205
RETIREMENT
209
SNAPSHOTS
219
INDEX 224
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