Barker, Ralph. The Royal Flying Corps in World War I.
Constable & Robinson; 1995
Birrell, Dave. People and Planes: Stories from the Nanton Lancaster Air Museum.
Nanton Lancaster Society, 2006
Cosgrove, Edmund. Canada’s Fighting Pilots.
Clarke, Irwin & Company Limited, 1965
Digest, Readers. The Tools of War 1939/45
Readers Digest, 1986
Nijboer, Donald. Gunner: An Illustrated History of World War II Aircraft Turrets and Gun Positions.
Boston Mills Press, 2006
The War Amps. The Boys of Kelvin High – Canadians in Bomber Command
The War Amps, 2005
Lloyd, James. RCAF/RAF Aircraft at War
Aviation Videos (Div. of AV House), 2007
National Film Board of Canada. Images of a Forgotten War
Fleet Air Arm Archive: Website detailing Canada’s contributions to the Royal Navy’s Fleet Air Arm and the Commonwealth between 1939-1945.
WWII Air Craft: An online forum discussion dedicated to details of the Lancaster bomber’s turrets.
Avro Lancaster: Drawing of a Lancaster bomber, including cutaways that show intricate interior details.
Digger History: Sitemap of a website dedicated to the history of the Diggers – the Australia and New Zealand Armed Services.
RAF Bomber Command and Royal Air Force: Websites dedicated to RAF’s Bomber Command and their actions in World War II.
Century of Flight: An extensive history of aviation through the 19th century and beyond. Features timelines, images, and extremely detailed stories and histories.
WWI Cemeteries: A site of remembrance and comprehensive guide to the military cemeteries and memorials of Belgium, France, Great Britain and throughout the world.
Commonwealth War Graves Commission: pays tribute to the 1,700,000 men and women of the Commonwealth forces who died in the two world wars.
Veteran Affairs Canada: a guide to teaching resources and learning materials.
Virtual Museum of Canada Over 365 learning resources (including lesson plans and educational activities) in the virtualmuseum.ca Teachers Centre (with 380 additions expected in 2009).