World War II veteran Arnošt Polák, a Czech who served with the British RAF, has died at the age of 94. The news was announced on Thursday by the Czech Embassy in London. The group captain passed away on September 27th; he had received a Medal for Bravery from the Czech head of state weeks earlier.
Polák had served with the Czechoslovak-manned 311th bomber squadron, flying in the Vickers Wellington and B-24 Liberator, Euro.cz reported.
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