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Otto Jindra

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Food Friday: Livestock Lung Disease

 

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Má baby foxtrot 1930, Parlophon B 13701, Gottler, Mitchell, Conrad / R. Jurist, zp. J. Láznička

 

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Svatba loutek (Wedding Of The Painted Doll)

 

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Pojď ke mně maličká 1930, Parlophon B 13662-I, R. Jurist / A. Profes, orchestr Otto Dobrindta

 

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To že v srdci lásku k tobě mám foxtrot 1930, Parlophon B - 13744-I, F. Coots, L. Davis / Hvížďálek

Hauptmann Otto Jindra was an Austro-Hungarian flying ace during World War I, credited with nine aerial victories while flying as an aerial observer. His abilities as both leader and administrator led to his accelerated promotion and appointments to command of aviation units despite his lack of pilot's credentials. After World War I and Austria-Hungary both ended, Jindra became a major mover in founding a Czechoslovakian air arm, which he eventually rose to command.
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