Help Canadian Aviation Museum Survive!


Now before we start discussing our World War 2 publishing plans, here’s something more important that I want to share with you all.

I am certain that you will agree with me that letting a national aviation museum go down the drain is nothing less but a ‘crime’. Here I am talking about the Canadian Air and Space Museum (CASM) that was recently kicked out of their buildings. The buildings in fact were the former factory building of the DeHavilland company in Toronto !!! More history !!

They now have been offered a piece of land, but need MONEY to BUILD a new museum so they can save the collection of aircraft !

PLEASE HELP and DONATE…. even $ 5 will help, as long as enough people chip in !



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