Amy Johnson Memorial
- from our story 'The Life and Death of ‘Our Aeroplane Girl’ – English Aviatrix Amy Johnson'
14th January 1941: Relatives arriving at the church of St Martin-in-the-fields to attend the memorial service for aviation pioneer Amy Johnson (1903 - 1941). Johnson was killed after in January 1941 after bailing out of her aircraft over the Thames Estuary while flying for the Air Transport Auxiliary. Among the relatives are Amy Johnson's father (centre) and Betty Johnson (left) in ATA uniform. (Photo by Denn/Keystone/Getty Images)
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