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Published on Feb 11, 2008
Harry Hardy recollects his WWII experiences in 440 Squadron, Canadian Typhoon Fighter Bomber Wing. Harry flew a total of 96 combat sorties in support of the Canadian and British armies (from Normandy to the crossing of the Rhine) in a plane the world would come to know as the loveable "Tiffie". His planes Pulverizer II, and Pulverizer IV have been captured in historical photographs, and depicted throughout artists renditions across the world. He carried with him a box camera throughout the war, and in this presentation, looks back through a few of his stills, logbook entries, and memories.