CAHS Journal 51-1 (Spring 2013)
Avro Yorks in Canada and the Case of CF-HMX
After learning the story from one of the participants, author Richard Novossiltzeff put together a compact background on the aircraft type and how twelve of them ended up in the Canadian norht, an account of the crash of one, a salvage operation to recover its engines, its later condition, and its loose connection to the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum’s Mynarski Lancaster.
Edmonton Stopover: an RAF York in Post-War Canada
A short photo essay from the files of Tony Jarvis
Shenstone: An Unparalleled Career – Part 4
In this series’ previous installments, author Wayne Saunders introduced us to Canadian engineer and aerodynamicist “Bev” Shenstone’s early academic interests and professional career, and the varied roles he undertook within the aviation industry, and its administration, throughout the war years. This, the penultimate installment, covers the man’s post-war interests with a particular focus on unpowered flight both in Canada and abroad.
Historical Snapshot: Beechcraft T-34 Mentor in Canada’s
A compact overview of this aircraft type’s participation in Canadian aviation, including those manufactured on the Canadian Car & Foundry production line, its very brief RCAF career, and historical details of those flown as ‘warbirds’ on the Canadian Civil Aircraft Register. A few photos of CCF-built examples are included as well. By Ian M Macdonald.
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