Historical accounts of pilots and members of Bomber Command in World War II.

A Dambuster’s Daughter
Shere Lowe (left) with Dambuster Fred Sutherland and his wife Marg.

A Dambuster’s Daughter

This article was first published in the July, 2003 issue of "Airlines," WestJet's In-Flight magazine. It was donated to the Society by the author, a freelance writer who resides in…

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Thomas Fetherston – A Name in the Sand
Thomas Fetherston at High River.

Thomas Fetherston – A Name in the Sand

Thomas Richard Norman Fetherston Jr. was born on May 13 1922, the only child of Thomas Norman and Ann Fetherston who operated a grocery store in Nanton, Alberta. It was…

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Tragedy in the Bull Creek Hills

by Dorothy Reimer The crash of Harvard #3825 and subsequent deaths of the two airmen aboard is a complex story that is still not completely clear. As well as the…

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Warren Twins – The Complete Story

Douglas "Duke" Warren sent a letter to the Nanton Lancaster Society in November 1989. At that time the Lancaster Bomber was still outside and the Society operated the local tourist…

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P/O Andrew Mynarski

Andrew Charles "Andy" Mynarski VC was born at Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1916. After serving briefly with the Royal Winnipeg Rifles, he joined the Royal Canadian Air Force in 1941. In…

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