Saskatchewan-born WWII pilot remembered in France
The story of a Second World War pilot started on a Saskatchewan wheat farm and ended in a wheat field in France. Don Beerbower spent his very early years on a farm near Kenaston before moving to Hill City, Minnesota, with his family because of drought. By 1944, 22-year-old Beerbower was squadron commander and an accomplished pilot, known as a triple ace, having shot down more than 15 German planes.
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