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de Havilland Moth

Kings, Queens & Flying Machines

In 1929 Prince Edward was allowed to learn to fly. He bought a de Havilland Moth (G-AALG) which his younger brothers, the Dukes of Gloucester and Kent, also used to qualify for their pilots' wings.

Collection Ref: Box 480

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