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Diary January 9, 1941

Miles Master Mk III
Miles Master Mk III with the 14-cylinder Win Wasp Junior engine, since 1940 the British advanced trainer. All had the instructor seated at the rear in a seat which could be elevated. By opening the roof hatch the instructor could then land safely, with good forward vision.
Diary for Thursday, January 9, 1941:

Home Fronts

Britain: Air Training Corps to be formed.


Harry Hopkins, Roosevelt’s personal representative, arrives in London (leaves February 16).

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