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BOOK – REFERENCE – CANADIAN FLYING SERVICES: EMBLEMS AND INSIGNIA 1914-1984 BY BILL HAMSON
BOOK – REFERENCE – CANADIAN FLYING SERVICES: EMBLEMS AND INSIGNIA 1914-1984 BY BILL HAMSON. Canada remains an important part of the British Commonwealth, after making key contributions during both WW I and WW II. As a matter of fact, the top Allied Ace was a Canadian, Billy Bishop. This soft cover book deals with the assorted badges and insignia used by the Canadian flying services from 1914 into 1984. You will find a large assortment of photos of the various insignia used by Canadians, as well as of Canadian aviation’s more important figures. This book contains more than 190 pages.