RAF Museum Trenchard Lecture in Air Power Studies – France under Friendly Bombs, 1940-1945

On 9 March, Professor Andrew Knapp examines the Allied bombing campaign against targets in France during the Second World War. TALK OUTLINE Studies of the Allied strategic bombing offensive during […]

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RAF Museum First World War in the Air Lunchtime Lecture – Night Owls: Lieutenant William Aitken and No. 151 Squadron in 1918

On 11 November 2016, Professor Niall Barr examines the development of air defence during the First World War through the experience of his Great Uncle. TALK OUTLINE This talk blends […]

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Call for Contributors – Cavalry of the Clouds? The Development and Experience of Air Power in the British Empire during the First World War

In recent years, an emerging body of scholarship has developed our understanding of the complexity and significance of the war the Royal Air Force and its antecedents fought during the […]

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