The Canadians

Book - 1995
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Read the stories told by the Canadians who flew or serviced the most famous fighter aircraft of World War II -- the Spitfire. Forty stunning color profiles of the most famous of the Canadian Spitfires by well-known aviation artist Ron Lowry complete the best Canadian aviation book published in years.

Publisher: Erin, Ont. : Boston Mills Press, 1995.
ISBN: 9781550461480
Branch Call Number: 940.544971 Bra
Characteristics: 155 pages : illustrations (some color), portraits ; 31 cm


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Jul 01, 2020

I knew the late author of this excellent book, and the time, patience, and dedication he put into contacting all these amazing pilots who were still with us, and spread far and wide, was phenomenal. He also did his research long before the days of Google, and his wonderful skills in finding people make this a book well worth reading. He left us far too soon, and planned more books with the material he had acquired. These are stories that invite the reader into the cockpit with these brave young men who helped Canada be a strong Allied force in Europe.

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