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Bonus War Images

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Officers and Men of the Afro-Canadian unit at Windsor.
These men are part of the No. 2 construction battalion.
Photo by E. Mackintosh, Windsor's Community Museum P6110

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He is on the bottom row, 2nd from right.
R.C.N Canadian Navy in front of W.D. Lowe 1942

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E.F.T.S. class at Windsor in 1942 contributed by Al Langford.
Al is the 4th from the left on the top row.

Five more district men join R.C.A.F.

Five more district men who have emlisted in the royal Canadian Air Force as aircrew and soon will be leaving for training depots and are shows above. Front row left to right: Armond Desormeaux, Windsor; Delmar Flint, Cottam; Dick Larkin, Riverside. Back row (l-r) William Gillett, Windsor; Jack Creed, Windsor. More recruits for aircrew are needed from this district. Six months later on November 11th all the above was discharged.
Jack Creed

Lois Batstone (left) and Beverly O'Keefe (right) stand with WWII soldiers at 1279 Monmouth Rd around Easter in 1941. Girls’ outfits were sewn from an old airforce coat. Photo courtesy Lois (Batstone) Thoms, Windsor

No. 7 Elementary Flying Training School
Windsor Airport – 1940, Fleet Finch Aircrafts (Painting by Bernie Riendeau)



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