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  1. 21/09/2022 · Walter Augustus de Havilland (31 August 1872 – 20 May 1968) was an English patent attorney who became professor of Law at Waseda University and was one of the first Westerners to play the game of Go at a high level. He was the father of film stars Olivia de Havilland and Joan Fontaine.

  2. 29/08/2022 · Olivia de Havilland and Joan Fontaine: Their nine-decade ... Olivia Mary de Havilland was born July 1, 1916, in Tokyo, Japan, to British parents, Lilian Augusta (Ruse), a former actress, and Walter Augustus de Havilland, an English professor and patent attorney. Her sister, Joan, later to become famous as Joan Fontaine, was born the following ...

  3. 21/09/2022 · De Havilland Aircraft of Canada is planning to build a massive new airplane manufacturing plant east of Calgary, a facility that could bring up to 1,500 jobs to the region. We apologize, but this ...

  4. 21/09/2022 · September 21, 2022 — De Havilland Canada announced today that the site of its new aircraft facility will be in Wheatland County, Alberta. The 1500-acre location, De Havilland Field, will consist of a state-of-the-art aircraft assembly facility, runway, parts manufacturing and distribution centres, and a maintenance, repair and overhaul centre. The site will also be home […]

  5. Hace 6 horas · Dame Olivia Mary de Havilland DBE ( / də ˈhævɪlənd /; July 1, 1916 July 26, 2020) was a British-American actress. The major works of her cinematic career spanned from 1935 to 1988. [1] She appeared in 49 feature films and was one of the leading actors of her time.

  6. 21/09/2022 · Now, it seems the company has found a new home, almost 2,000 miles away on the other side of Canada. De Havilland announced today that it would be moving to a site at Wheatland County, Alberta, approximately 30 minutes to the east of Calgary. The site will be the final assembly line for the new DHC-515 firefighter as well as the Dash 8 and DHC-6.

  7. 16/09/2022 · Geoffrey de Havilland was the owner and chief designer for the de Havilland aircraft company, but in 1946 he was over 60 and could not hope to effectively test his own designs. Into the breach stepped his son, Geoffrey Jr. Born into a life of experimental aircraft, the de Havilland heir had earned his pilot’s license aged 19 and flown aircraft around the world.