DAN McCAFFERY is one of Canada’s most successful military aviation history writers. He was born in Sarnia, Ontario, where he graduated from the the Journalism Program at Lambton College of Applied Arts and Technology. He worked for the Sarnia Gazette, a weekly newspaper, from 1974 to 1989 as a reporter and later as editor. Since 1989 he has worked at the daily newspaper the Sarnia Observer where he is currently the assignment editor. He has won three Canadian News Awards, two Ontario News Awards and a Western Ontario News Award. He is the author of Hell Island: Canadian Pilots and the 1942 Air Battle for Malta, Billy Bishop: Canadian Hero, Air Aces, Battlefields in the Air, Canadian Warplanes and Bush Planes and Bush Pilots. McCaffery and his wife Val have been married for 28 years.

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  • Dad's War

    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
  • Billy Bishop

    In this new edition of Billy Bishop: Canadian Hero, military aviation expert Dan McCaffery sets the record straight about one of this country's most famous and controversial figures.
    $35.00, hardcover
  • Canada's Warplanes

    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, paperback
  • Tommy Burns

    This is the story of a heroic Canadian who beat the odds, defied world opinion, and came out swinging.

    $29.95, hardcover
  • Hell Island

    Popular military historian Dan McCaffery has written a lively new account of one of the most exciting victories of the war.

    $19.99, hardcover
  • Battlefields in the Air

    This book by the popular author of Air Aces and Billy Bishop: Canadian Hero explores the role of the Allied bomber command during World War II.

    $19.99, hardcover
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