WW2 Canadian No Place for a Lady Story of Canadian Women Pilots Hardcover Reference Book

$15.00

This is a used hardcover WW2 Canadian No Place for a Lady The Story of Canadian Women Pilots 1928 to 1992 Reference Book.  Total of 389 pages with lots of pictures and information.

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‘WW2 Canadian No Place for a Lady: The Story of Canadian Women Pilots Hardcover Reference Book’ offers a captivating and comprehensive exploration into the lives and achievements of Canadian women pilots from 1928 to 1992. This used hardcover, spanning 389 pages, is filled with detailed accounts, photographs, and invaluable information that highlights the groundbreaking contributions of these pioneering women in aviation during WWII. Readers will be inspired by their bravery and determination, challenging the societal norms of their time and carving out a place in the male-dominated field of aviation. Ideal for historians, aviation enthusiasts, and anyone interested in women’s history, this book provides an in-depth look into the personal stories and professional milestones of Canada’s trailblazing female aviators. It’s not just a reference book; it’s a tribute to the indomitable spirit of women who proved that the skies were indeed no place for limits.

Weight 1.0 kg
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