Weybridge World Fliers 1921

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  • Despite the title card, "Vicker's Vimy" should read Vickers Vimy.

    The event seen here took place on 21 February 1921. A period magazine report of it appears in the right-hand paragraph here......

    www.flightglobal.com/pdfarchive/vie
    w/1921/1921 - 0151.html

    Sadly, Sir Ross Smith died in an air crash just over a year later, in April 1922.

    jamied 18th May 2012

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