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Rare Footage of Prince Charles Flying Tiger Moth Biplane

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Rare Footage of Prince Charles Flying Tiger Moth Biplane

Rare Footage of Prince Charles Flying Tiger Moth Biplane

We’ve found some rare archive footage of Prince Charles flying a pre-war Tiger Moth biplane at RAF Benson in Oxfordshire.

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