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  1. Geoffrey de Havilland Jr., piloto jefe de pruebas en de Havilland e hijo del presidente de la empresa, pilotó el prototipo LZ548/G en su primer vuelo el 20 de septiembre de 1943 en Hatfield. El vuelo se realizó solo 6 meses después del vuelo inicial del Meteor.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › AircoAirco - Wikipedia

    That same year, learning that Geoffrey de Havilland, who was then at the Royal Aircraft Factory in Farnborough, might be available, Holt Thomas invited him to join Airco as its chief designer. De Havilland's Airco designs would prove decisive to the company, which would eventually provide around 30 per cent of all trainers, fighters and bombers used by Britain and the United States during the ...

  3. Early life and career. De Havilland was born in Lewisham, south London on 31 August 1872, the youngest of eight children.He was the fourth son of the Reverend Charles Richard de Havilland (1823-1901), of a landed gentry family of Guernsey origin, and second wife Margaret Letitia (1831-1910), daughter of Captain John Molesworth, R.N. and sister of the 8th Viscount Molesworth.

  4. De Havilland Aircraft Company est un constructeur aéronautique britannique fondé en 1920 par Geoffrey de Havilland. En 1928, de Havilland fonda de Havilland Canada . De Havilland fut racheté par Hawker-Siddeley en 1960 avant d'être incorporé dans British Aerospace en 1977.

  5. Geoffrey de Havilland - September 1939 De Havilland DH98 Mosquito T.MkIII (RR299 / G-ASKH) The hugely versatile and high-performance DH98 Mosquito was unquestionably the greatest contribution by the De Havilland Aircraft Company to the success of the RAF in the Second World War.

  6. Olivia de Havilland épouse en 1946 le romancier américain Marcus Goodrich (en) et donne naissance à un fils, Benjamin (1949-1991), qui deviendra mathématicien. Elle divorce en 1954, puis épouse en secondes noces en 1955, à Yvoy-le-Marron en Sologne , le journaliste français Pierre Galante , dont elle divorce en 1979.

  7. 10/07/2022 · Sir Geoffrey de Havilland’s invention indeed attained its most significant accomplishment in the bomber role. The most famous of these bombing missions was Operation Jericho on 18 February 1944, whereupon nine Mosquitoes attacked the German-held prison at Amiens in a low-level strike that destroyed the outer and inner prison walls, quickly followed by the Guard House itself.