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|11.||Robertson, Ian S.||Tiger Moths were backbone of second world war pilot training [de Havilland Tiger Moth issue, 1981]||2004|
|12.||Robertson, Ian S.||Tiger Moth used to train pilots across Canada in WWII [de Havilland Tiger Moth issue, 1981]||2006|
|13.||Whynot, Irving C.||Boston's yule tree of Canadian gratitude [Christmas issue, 1981]||2005|