Transportation, Aviation, History
The Tutor Knights
The Red Knight's Final Seasons by John Charles Corrigan
The Red Knight holds a special place in Canadian history. The RCAF’s solo aerobatic display thrilled airshow audiences throughout North America from 1958–1969. With over 600 performances, the Red Knight ranks third in RCAF history to today’s ...
The Red Knight
by John Charles Corrigan
The Red Knight is the product of 25 years of meticulous research. It is, arguably, the most comprehensive account ever written about the Canadian Air Force’s legendary solo jet-aerobatics performer. An important part of Canadian aviation history, ...
In Plain Site
A Biography of the RAF Airbase at Caron, Saskatchewan by Joel L. From
In Plain Site is the first life-cycle biography of a Second World War air training facility in Canada. It begins by locating the Royal Air Force (RAF) station at Caron, Saskatchewan in the debates surrounding air training in Canada, the British ...
From Pole to Pole with a Few Stops Between
A Collection of Stories and Poems by Harry Hanlan
Thirty-five years of bush type flying in some of the harshest conditions in the world have resulted in many memorable experiences that I would like to share. A lot of my early flying was done along the west coast of British Columbia and in the ...
That Lucky Old Son
Re-discovering My Father Through His World War II Bomber Command and POW Experiences by Mark Cote
A moving work of autobiographical fiction, That Lucky Old Son takes readers on a journey of adventure, danger, and self-discovery as the author weaves his own memories with his father’s experiences in Bomber Command with No. 158 Squadron RAF during ...
The Lewis Letters
The Exploits of a 20th Century Aviator and Adventurer by Pam McKenzie
Alexander Lewis played an active role in the seminal events of the 20th century. From the battlefields of WWI Europe to Northern Ireland and Palestine, from the Hudson Strait Expedition to WWII Ferry Command, these are his stories in his own words. ...
Powering the Luftwaffe
German Aero Engines of World War II by Jason R. Wisniewski
Aviation technology progressed by leaps and bounds during the late 1930s and early 1940s. Although much of this was due to advances in airframe design, much less appreciated is the role of aero engine development. This book focuses on this aspect, ...