Flying Canucks: Famous Canadian Aviators
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Flying Canucks: Famous Canadian Aviators

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Flying Canucks tells the fascinating story of aviation in Canada through this collection of 37 biographies of important aviators in our nation's history.

As early as 1908, having read the Wright brothers' invention, alberta farm boys and mechanics in Quebec villages were constructing large kites, attempting to fly them. Within a decade, Canadian air aces, like Bishop and Ba...more
ebook, 184 pages
Published July 25th 1996 by Dundurn Group (first published October 1994)
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Paul Wright
Tells the stories of Canada's aviation pioneers- a largely unsung tale of men who played a key role in shaping modern aviation.
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