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What information do you have on Canadians?


Our colleague Captain Fred Paradie has developed what is believed to be the largest database of Canadian RCAF personnel who served in WWII. This is available on our site at

 Paradie Archives

Additionally we have a number of Archive Reports on Canadian servicemen within our RAF Memories section.

Search for 'Canadian' or 'Canada' or 'RCAF' in the Search boxes found on most pages. You'll find John Gillespie Magee in both the Archive Reports and WWII Poetry sections, as examples, with his moving poem High Flight.

We have a story from WWI too. This is the famous story about Captain Roy Brown's victory over the Red Baron

Roy Brown 

One of the most used databases on the site is the RCAF Notes database. Find it under the Databases menu.

We participate in the brilliant Canadian Renaming Project whereby geographical features such as lakes are permanently renamed for members of the RCAF.

We have a cross reference list that brings together the large amount of Canadian material we carry in one place. Check it out:

List of Pages Relating to Canada

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