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Amy Johnson and Anna Neagle, Welsh Harp, Hendon, 1 April 1931.

Jarche, James

Amy Johnson and Anna Neagle, Welsh Harp, Hendon, 1 April 1931.
3 3 c m
40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 25cm

Description

The opening of the speedboat season. Amy Johnson (1903-1941) English aviator, was the first woman to gain a certificate as a ground engineer and pilot. Famous for her record breaking flights she joined the Air Transport Auxiliary in World War II as a pilot. She was lost after baling out over the Thames Estuary. Anna Neagle (1904- 1986) was a major star of historical film dramas and was created a Dame of the British Empire in 1969. Photograph by James Jarche.

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