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|Camp Borden-2 Airplane testing above Camp Borden, Ontario,
near Barrie, 1917.
|JN4 Aeroplanes JN4 aeroplanes, built in Toronto,
|Raymond Collishaw Squadron-Commander Raymond Collishaw
in Sopwith F.1 Camel aircraft, Allonville, France, 1918.
|De Havilland Plant The De Havilland aircraft factory, Toronto,
Ontario, c. 1939, with mostly small training craft under construction.
|Canadian Aircraft The AVCRO CF100 and the Lancaster, two
Canadian-built aircraft from the World War II era.
|Air Training Plan The Commonwealth Air Training Plan in 1939,
with light training craft, Cornells, used for preliminary training purposes.
|Mosquito Fighter A Mosquito fighter-bomber of the City of
Edmonton squadron, R.C.A.F., July, 1944. These fast, sturdy, Canadian-built craft were effective
air support for the Normandy landings.
|French Bombing Bombing the French coast with the R.A.F. in
the Second World War.
|Aircraft Carrier Aboard the H.M.C.S. Warrior, with aircraft
launching from the Canadian carrier in the Pacific in mid-1945.
|AVRO Plant Technicians at the AVRO plant at Malton, Ontario,
1948, just outside Toronto, working on a new jet engine prototype.
|Canadian Arrow The Canadian-built Arrow over Niagara
|1950s Airliner Steward serving a meal in the cabin of Bristol
Britannia 314 aircraft of Canadian Pacific Airlines, 1958.
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