Speaker/s Name: Nat McHaffie (Curator, Great War Flying Museum)
The Great War Flying Museum, operated by the Ontario Aviation Historical Society, is a non-for-profit volunteer organization that guides visitors on a journey of discovery through various galleries and displays showing all aspects of military air life during the First World War. From flags and uniforms to models and fragments, machine guns, lovingly embroidered mementos from wives and sweethearts, a diorama of a Zeppelin raid over England and a trench warfare display featuring land-fighting vehicles of the time, the impressive collection is a moving tribute to the pilots who served with gallantry and distinction during the Great War and the early pioneers of military aviation. Join curator Nat McHaffie for an engaging introduction to this unique museum and its offerings.
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