- May 2, 1903 - Born, in Jelgava
- Attended school in Jelgava, then Rezekne and finally, when his family were refugees, in Tomska, Russia.
- Upon returning to Latvia, enrolled in the University of Latvia, and graduates from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.
- Earned a Humbolt scholarship to continue his studies in France.
- 1927 - 1928 - Studies Aircraft design and construction in Paris (Ecole Superieure d'Aeronautique).
He also takes the opportunity to gain some practical experience at Breguet and Farman
- 1928 - the Latvian Republic Aviators Club is formed, and they establish their own aviation school.
Reinhards is the chair of their theoretical studies program.
- Served as an officer in the Latvian Aviation Regiment (rank of administrative 1st Lt.)
- Graduated from flight school (pilot)
- Became the design engineer for the Aviation Division workshops.
- 1933-1934 - Was the designer and builder of the AVDI, a large aircraft constructed in the Aviation Division's workshops.
- 1934 - joined the foreign service. Rose to position of consul.
- Represented Latvia on the international commission formed to restrict foreign involvement in the Spanish Civil War.
- Up until the Soviet occupation, he was the Foreign Ministry's Press Secretary.
- 1946 - worked to assist Latvian refugees in Danzig and Libek.
- Emigrates to England and works as an engineer.
- 1974 - In recognition of his work promoting Latvian interests in the
free world the Daugavas Vanagi award him their Gold medal.
- Bruvelis, Edvins Latvijas Aviacijas Vesture
- Daugavas Vanagu Menesraksts 1978, No.3
- Irbitis, Karls Of Struggle and Flight
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