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  • Pat Parma
    http://czechheritage.org/logo.gif THE CZECH HERITAGE SOCIETY OF TEXAS PUBLISHES NEW BOOK POSLEDNI LET The Last Flight of American Bomber #118 on August 29,
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 28, 2013
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      THE CZECH HERITAGE SOCIETY OF TEXAS PUBLISHES NEW BOOK

      'POSLEDNI  LET'

      The Last Flight of American Bomber #118 on August 29, 1944

      Translation of Stanislav Tofel's 'Posledni Let'

                                                                                                     

      7-24-2013 2;51;43 PM Last FlightThe Czech Heritage Society of Texas, Inc., has released the translation of the book, 'Posledni Let', (The Last Flight of American Bomber #118 on August 29, 1944). 

                 

                  This is a factual account of a bombing raid of WWII, which chronicles the last half-hour of the American bomber #118's flight over Čeladna and communities of  Nova Ves, Malenovce, Baska, Hodonovice, Palkovice, Metylovice, and Lhotka, located in the present day Czech Republic.  The whole aerial grouping initially had 893 planes involved which were composed of 599 heavy bombers and 294 fighter planes.  It was one of the largest aerial conflicts of WWII in Central Europe. 

                 

                  The author, Stanislav Tofel, personally interviewed villagers who witnessed the 10 airmen parachuting from the plane moments before it crashed into a forest. 

                 

                  Among the various pictures in the book are pictures of plaques and monuments placed by the villagers where the airmen landed.  Also included is a group picture of the crew of B-17 #118 along with their biographies.  The bombardier was 2nd Lt. Albert Novak, a Czech from Missouri.

       

                  This book has been translated from the Czech  language into English and is approximately 100 pages with Czech  text on one side and the English translation on the other side. 

                 

                  The book, 'Posledni Let', may be purchased  from The Czech Heritage Society of Texas for  the introductory price of  $ 13.50  plus tax $ 1.11 and shipping per book $ 3.00.   Total

       $ 17.61.  This price is for the first 100 books sold. 

                 

                  Visit the Czech Heritage Society of Texas web site at www.czechheritage.org  for purchasing this book and other publications the society has for sale. 

       

      Make your check payable to CHS Publications  

                                                                

                                                              Please print address to which the book should be mailed:

      Mail to:                                             

                  CHS Publications                    ______________________________________________

                  Pat Parma

                  3311 Carolina Way                 ______________________________________________

                  Richmond, TX 77406

                                                                                      _______________________________________________________

       

    • Allen Livanec
       This book may also be purchased at The Czech Center Museum Houston in the Houston Museum District. From: Pat Parma To:
      Message 2 of 2 , Jul 29, 2013
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        *B-) cool This book may also be purchased at The Czech Center Museum Houston in the Houston Museum District.

        From: Pat Parma <parma@...>
        To: TexasCzechs@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Sunday, July 28, 2013 6:53 PM
        Subject: [TexasCzechs] New book published by Czech Heritge Society
         
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        THE CZECH HERITAGE SOCIETY OF TEXAS PUBLISHES NEW BOOK
        'POSLEDNI  LET'
        The Last Flight of American Bomber #118 on August 29, 1944
        Translation of Stanislav Tofel's 'Posledni Let'
                                                                                                       
        7-24-2013 2;51;43 PM Last FlightThe Czech Heritage Society of Texas, Inc., has released the translation of the book, 'Posledni Let', (The Last Flight of American Bomber #118 on August 29, 1944). 
                   
                    This is a factual account of a bombing raid of WWII, which chronicles the last half-hour of the American bomber #118's flight over Čeladna and communities of  Nova Ves, Malenovce, Baska, Hodonovice, Palkovice, Metylovice, and Lhotka, located in the present day Czech Republic.  The whole aerial grouping initially had 893 planes involved which were composed of 599 heavy bombers and 294 fighter planes.  It was one of the largest aerial conflicts of WWII in Central Europe. 
                   
                    The author, Stanislav Tofel, personally interviewed villagers who witnessed the 10 airmen parachuting from the plane moments before it crashed into a forest. 
                   
                    Among the various pictures in the book are pictures of plaques and monuments placed by the villagers where the airmen landed.  Also included is a group picture of the crew of B-17 #118 along with their biographies.  The bombardier was 2nd Lt. Albert Novak, a Czech from Missouri.
         
                    This book has been translated from the Czech  language into English and is approximately 100 pages with Czech  text on one side and the English translation on the other side. 
                   
                    The book, 'Posledni Let', may be purchased  from The Czech Heritage Society of Texas for  the introductory price of  $ 13.50  plus tax $ 1.11 and shipping per book $ 3.00.   Total
         $ 17.61.  This price is for the first 100 books sold. 
                   
                    Visit the Czech Heritage Society of Texas web site at http://www.czechheritage.org/  for purchasing this book and other publications the society has for sale. 
         
        Make your check payable to CHS Publications  
                                                                  
                                                                Please print address to which the book should be mailed:
        Mail to:                                             
                    CHS Publications                    ______________________________________________
                    Pat Parma
                    3311 Carolina Way                 ______________________________________________
                    Richmond, TX 77406
                                                                                        _______________________________________________________
         
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