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Double Heritage
1959, director: Richard Gilbert
The great unmapped territories of the Canadian North and the...
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Eye Witness No. 40
1952
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Eye Witness No. 46
1952
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Film  (30:00) 1959, director: Richard Gilbert
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The great unmapped territories of the Canadian North and the impetus of war are reviewed in this film. This is the story of the barnstormers and bush pilots who explored Canada's vast hinterland, and of the heroes of World War II who flew the Bolingbrokes and the Ansons, the Mosquitoes and the Hurricanes. Part two of Salute to Flight.

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