Amy Johnson

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Amy Johnson (1930)

Amy Johnson (1903 nî 7 goe̍h 1 ji̍t – 1941 nî 1 goe̍h 5 ji̍t) sī Eng-kok chá-kî ê hui-hêng-oân, iā sī tē-it ūi to̍k-chū sái hui-hêng-ki ùi Eng-kok poe kàu Ò-chiu ê cha-bó͘-lâng. To̍k-chū ia̍h-sī hām in ang Jim Mollison tàu-tīn, i tī 1930 nî-tāi chhòng-hā chē-chē hāng tn̂g-tô͘ hui-hêng kì-lio̍k. Chòe-āu i sí tī tē-jī-chhù sè-kài tāi-chiàn kî-kan ê chi̍t-pái tō͘-lûn hâng-pan téng.[1]

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Wikimedia Commons téng ê siong-koan tóng-àn: Amy Johnson

  1. "8 Unsung Women Explorers." Our Amazing Planet, LiveScience.com, 30 April 2012. Retrieved: 30 April 2012.