Many thanks to Gord McNulty for reviewing Exile Air: World War II’s “Little Norway” in Toronto and Muskoka, in the March edition of the Canadian Aviation Historical Society’s National Newsletter!
To read the article, click here: then select “CAHS National March Newsletter.” The article appears at about page 10.
Today is world TB Day, a day intended to remind the public that tuberculosis remains an epidemic in much of the world, leading to the deaths of nearly one-and-a-half million people each year. The day commemorates March 24, 1882, when Dr. Robert Koch announced that he had discovered the cause of tuberculosis, the TB bacillus.
Thanks to Gord McNulty for reviewing Exile Air in the March 2018 edition of the Canadian Harvard Aircraft Association’s newsletter, Roar of the Harvard!
The article appears on pages 9 and 10 of the newsletter. If you’d like to have a look, click here!
Gord McNulty’s great review also appears in the January-February 2018 edition of Wing Drift, the newsletter of the Royal Canadian Air Force Association’s 447 (Hamilton) Wing.
I’m excited to be speaking about Exile Air at Huntsville’s Probus Club on Thursday, March 15, 2018. Here is the location: Sutherland Hall, All Saints’ Anglican Church, 30 High Street, Huntsville, Ontario.The time is 11 a.m. Everyone welcome!
I’m looking forward to speaking about my book, Curing Tuberculosis in Muskoka: Canada’s First Sanatoria, at the March 7th meeting of the Probus Club of Bracebridge. Come join us at the Rotary Centre for Youth, 131 Wellington St., Bracebridge, Ontario, at 11 a.m.!
Old Stone Books Ltd. is delighted to let our friends in eastern Ontario know that Exile Air: World War II’s “Little Norway” is now available at the Canadian War Museum, 100 Laurier Street
Gatineau, Quebec, K1A 0M8.
Sadly, one of the last Spitfire pilots who trained at Little Norway has passed away. Rolf Motzfeldt Kolling died on January 27, 2018, at his home in Lysaker, Norway.
Rolf served as a member of Norwegian Squadron 332 of the British Royal Air Force during World War II. He flew many missions over occupied Europe, and took part in the D-Day invasion. After the war, Rolf had a long career as a pilot for SAS airlines.
Rolf was a true gentleman, one who was always generous in sharing his wartime memories with me when I was researching “Exile Air.” He was predeceased by his wife, Karin. Rolf will be greatly missed by his daughters, their families, and his many friends.
It was a pleasure to speak about “Exile Air” at the Muskoka Steamship and Historical Society on January 28th! Thanks to Mary Storey and the Society’s members for their warm welcome on a cold winter’s day!
I’m thrilled to be joining the members of the Muskoka Steamship and Historical Society on Sunday, January 28, 2018, to speak about “Exile Air!”
Location: The Muskoka Discovery Centre, 275 Steamship Bay Road, Gravenhurst, Ontario. Time: 2 p.m. Everyone welcome!