English village honours Canadian WW II airmen as 'Yorkshire's sons'
from CBC News
Seventy-three years ago, on Jan. 2, 1944, six Canadians died when the Wellington MK-III BK-387 bomber they were flying crashed into a hillside in England's West Yorkshire county. They were all members of the Royal Canadian Air Force. Among the dead was the pilot, Flt. Sgt. Ernest Israel Glass, 28, from Walpole, Sask. The other airmen were from Manitoba, New Brunswick and Ontario.
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