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1933 Who's Who in British Aviation: Name Z

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ZAHAROFF, Sir Basil G.C.B., G.B.E., D.C.L. (Hon. Oxon.); b. 1850. Establisher of Chairs of Aviation in London, Paris, and Petrograd. Club: Marlborough. Add.: 53, Avenue Hoche, Paris; Chateau de Ballincourt par Arronville, Seine et Oise, France.

ZIMMERMAN, William Director and Secretary, the De Havilland Aircraft of Canada, Ltd. 7 Director of the Aircraft Slotted Wing Co. of Canada. Add.: 372, Bay Street, Toronto, Canada. T.: Adelaide 4162. EATON, Flight Lieut. Charles A.F.C.; R. Australian Air Force; b. 21 Dec., 1895. Educ.: London, England, Served during the War in the London Regiment, R.F.C. and R.A.F., 191418; in the R.A.F., 191820; joined the Imperial Forest Service, India, 1920; joined the R.A.A.F., 1925; promoted to Flight Lieut., 1928; Adjutant, R.A.A.F. Station, Laveston. Club: Naval and Military, Victoria. Add.: R.A.A.F. Headquarters, Victoria Barracks, Melbourne, Australia. T.: Melbourne Central 4780.

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