Nokomis & District Museum

Pilots hoping to showcase Saskatchewan’s contribution to Second World War victory

Posted by Em Ironstar on February 12th, 2020

The Allied pilots who fought fascism in the skies over Europe, the Middle East and the Pacific during the Second World War had humble beginnings. Before they could fight the Axis powers of Nazi Germany, Mussolini's Italy or Imperial Japan in the likes of the legendary Spitfire fighters or Lancaster bombers, they learned to fly in a de Havilland Tiger Moth. Three-quarters of a century later, a handful of pilots gathered at the Saskatchewan Aviation Museum to learn how to fly the biplane. Read more...

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