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About Wings of Courage

One in four pilots in Britain’s Air Services was Canadian, and 10 of the top 30 British aces of the First World War were also Canadian. The often heroic and stressful life of Canadian pilots are powerfully revealed through featured profiles of five notable Canadian fliers.

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Giant Floor Maps

The Wings of Courage giant floor map is an innovative approach to teaching Canadian students about the First World War.

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Latest news

Six new educational videos from the Wings of Courage project are now online. They highlight the aircraft, the experts and the events of the initiative.

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