Film entitled 'Sir Arthur Whitten Brown KBE' by Peter Hall, narrated by RCH. Sir Arthur Whitten Brown who was the navigator of the first transatlantic flight piloted by Sir John Alcock from Newfoundland to Ireland in 1919. Sir Arthur lived, worked and died in Swansea and was the founder of 215 Air Training Corps Swansea. His wife Lady Kathleen was a member of the ATS and founder member of Swansea flying club at Fairwood Airport, Swansea. Length 00:11:58.

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