de Havilland and Hatfield 1910-1935
John Clifford has worked in corporate communications for the last fifteen years. The son of an RAE Farnborough apprentice, John's bedroom ceiling was covered with model aircraft. He has lived most of his life in Norfolk, surrounded by former RAF and USAAF stations. He has an early but clear memory from the 1970s of passing the replica Comet racer that fronted the Hatfield factory site for many years. John edited the English translations of Tor Idar Larsen's Norwegian biographies in Viking Spitfire and Into the Swarm, both published by Fonthill Media.
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