CAHS Journal 53-1 (Spring 2015)
Domina Jalbert – Inventor of Legendary Status
Pierre Thiffault tells the story of one of those persistent and somewhat prolific ‘under the radar’ inventors responsible for a number of successful patented designs.
Canadair’s Tutor-Emeritus – Part 4a: CL-41A / CT-114 Tutor
This installment resumes the Tutor story with the aircraft’s Canadian military service, and also details changes made to it, both during production and in-service, along the way. By Bill Upton
Newfoundlanders and the Allied Air Forces of the First World War
Dr. Michael Deal’s findings on the careers of thirty-four servicemen who ended up in one of Great Britain’s three air arms before the end of the Great War. Eleven are presented herein...to be continued in the Fall (Vol 53 No. 3) edition.
Historical Snapshot: Russ Norman’s Classic Dart Model G – Restored to Fly Again
A rare fund under restoration by a veteran of the craft in a Brantford hangar. By Gord McNulty.
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