O'HAGAN, Michael




Author Tags: Civil Rights

Born in London, England on August 7, 1924, Michael O'Hagan came to Victoria in 1990 having served 24 years in the Royal Air Force from 1940 to 1964. He also worked as a civil servant for the Commission of the European Communities and as a chartered engineer. He has been a Fellow of the British Interplanetary Society and a Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (USA), an associate member of the Institute of Electronic and Radio Engineers (U.K.) and an associate member of the British Institute of Management. The film rights to the book "To Steal An Air Force" were first optioned and later (option taken up) sold.

BOOKS:

The Structural Funds of the European Community (Société Générale de Développement SA, Belgium, 1988)

Guide to the General Budget of the Commission of the European Communities (Dartmouth Publishing, U.K., 1989)

Guide to the General Budget of the Commission of the European Communities (London Chamber of Commerce, 1990)

Guide to the General Budget of the Commission of the European Communities (London Chamber of Commerce, 1991)

Guide to the General Budget of the Commission of the European Communities (London Chamber of Commerce, 1992)

Guide to the General Budget of the Commission of the European Communities (London Chamber of Commerce, 1993)

How Victoria Bear Lost His Honey Lake (Victoria Publishing Company, 1994)

To Steal an Air Force (Victoria Publishing Company, 1995)

Listen to Us (Victoria Publishing Company, 1997) 09698699-4-0

Aircrew Memories (Victoria Publishing Company, 1999) 0969869959

[BCBW 2004] "Economics" "Aviation"