Every member of a bomber crew will admit being afraid from the moment they climbed in to machine, to the moment they got out, because it was a matter of life and death all the time
Miroslav Vojnar was born on the 4th of April 1921 in Terezín, Hodonín district. He studied at a reformative grammar school, was a member of Sokol and the Boy Scouts. During the Second World War he served in the forced labour corps in Berlin and Saint Malo. He managed to escape and get to England, where he underwent pilot training, which he did not complete due to the end of the war. He was a navigator for the Royal Air Force. After the war he completed studies at the Military Flight Academy (LVA) in Hradec Králové, where he later taught. His brother was Wing Commander, later Major-General, František Weber. Miroslav Vojnar passed away on May, the 7th, 2013.