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  1. #31
    Join Date
    Mar 2008
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    Very very sad news,
    Jim

  2. #32
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    Oct 2007
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    Kent, U.K.
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    My condolencies Lisa, back in 1985 I was invited to choose a book as a school prize to be awarded to me. I picked 'British Military Aircraft' by the great man, and I still have it over twenty years later, this and all his other books will help to keep a little bit of him alive. . . .
    The R.A.F was glad to have the Spitfire, but HAD to have the Hurricane!

  3. #33
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    Jan 2000
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    Though the man has gone yet will he live on for generations through his books.

    fly high fly swift.
    Regards Merlin

    www.acia.co.uk

  4. #34
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    Jan 2000
    Location
    Windy Wycombe
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    One of the true pioneers of aviation authors, as many have previously said my first aviation book was given to me on my 8th birthday, 'Hurricane and Messerschmitt at War', I didn't put it down for hours and it was one of the 'sparks' that set me off on the aviation trail. Thank you Chaz for all of your hard work over the years, rest in peace and my sincere condolences to the family.

    Tom

  5. #35
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    Feb 2006
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    Let me add my sincere condolences to those above - I still refer to your father's books constantly.

    Blue Skies Chaz Bowyer.

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