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Canadian pilots flew with great distinction in the First and Second World Wars and the Cold War. This book focuses on 24 outstanding warplanes flown in those conflicts by Canadians.$19.95, paperbackHere is the fascinating story of the rise and fall of the Arrow, the legendary interceptor jet aircraft, developed by A.V. Roe Canada in the fifties.$15.95, hardcoverDespite the efforts of courageous test pilots and some of the world's best designers, engineers, and technicians, the dream of the Avro Arrow was shattered.$9.95, paperbackIn 1876, at only 29 years old, Alexander Graham Bell completed the invention that would turn him into a household name: the telephone.$9.95, paperback
Dad's War is an exceptionally written view of the air war over Europe, told from a unique perspective. It goes a long way toward explaining why so many Second World War veterans have been reluctant to talk about this period in their lives.$34.95, hardcover
The Mystery of Frankenberg's Airman is the account of painstaking research in a quest for the truth about an unsolved war crime.$34.95, hardcoverIn this second edition, the two offer a detailed foreword that brings readers up-to-date with some startling new information surrounding the twin bombings on June 23, 1985.$27.95, paperback
Popular military historian Dan McCaffery has written a lively new account of one of the most exciting victories of the war.$19.99, hardcover
The exploits and adventures of Canadian bush pilots and the planes they have flown.
$9.95, paperbackInterest ages: 11-18200 visuals and a short, informative, fact-filled text that will appeal to any reader$19.95, paperbackThe story of the great Canadian Cold War combat jet — in pictures and documents$24.95, paperbackScroll to Top