CAHS Journal 50-2 (Summer 2012)
Shenstone: An Unparalleled Career – Part 2
Wayne Saunders presenets the second part of his series covering the career of Canadian engineer and aerodynamicist “Bev” Shenstone. Here the author makes reference to experience in the German industry being carried forward as Shenstone moves to 1930’s England and eventually, to the team that created the iconic Spitfire.
Veteran author and history Hugh Halliday returns to the pages of the Journal with an account of RCAF Penicillin delivery flights to Poland, and the loss of Fortress 9202. It is based on a paper he delivered during a ceremony at the Polish Embassy in Ottawa.
RCAF Station Shirleys Bay
Mathias Joost chronicles the personnel, equipment and operational highlights of a short-lived Ottawa-area seaplane station from 1925 to 1928.
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