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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