Slatter may refer to:

  • Angela Slatter, Australian writer
  • Helen Slatter, British swimmer
  • Kate Slatter, Australian rower
  • Leonard Slatter, British / South African air marshal
  • Neil Slatter, Welsh footabller
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Other articles related to "slatter":

The Grass Is Singing - Plot
... On a rare visit from their neighbor, Slatter, Mary is seen being carelessly, thoughtlessly kind to Moses ... This enrages Slatter ... Slatter demands that Mary not live with that worker as a house servant ...
Leonard Slatter - Between The Wars
... After the war, Slatter opted to remain in the newly formed Royal Air Force ... Slatter received a permanent RAF commission in 1919 and was made a flight lieutenant ... After his return to Great Britain, Slatter took up duties as a flight commander on No ...
Megan Marcks
... In 1994 Slatter and Marcks achieved bronze in the women's four at the World's Rowing Championship ... In 1996 Slatter and Marcks achieved a gold medal in the women's coxless pairs, winning by 0.39 seconds over the American team, at the Atlanta Olympics ... Marcks and Kate Slatter were the first Australian female rowing crew to win a gold medal at an Olympic Games ...
Leonard Slatter - Early Life and World War I
... Slatter was born in Durban, South Africa on 8 December 1894 ... After successfully completing his observer training, Slatter was posted in February 1916 to the Seaplane Squadron at Dunkirk ... In July 1916 Slatter started his training to be a naval pilot and later in that year he commenced flying duties at Royal Naval Air Station Dover ...
Leonard Slatter
... Air Marshal Sir Leonard Horatio Slatter KBE, CB, DSC Bar, DFC, RAF (8 December 1894 – 14 April 1961) was a naval aviator during World War I and a senior Royal Air Force commander ... Slatter ended his career as the commander-in-chief of Coastal Command ...