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British Commonwealth Air Training Program

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British Commonwealth Air Training Program

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Dates of existence

1939-1944

History

The British Commonwealth Air Training Plan was an ambitious program to train air crew members in Canada for the Allied war effort. An agreement by Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand on 17 December 1939 set up the program. In addition to those nations, Norwegians, Belgians, Dutch, Czechs and the Free French were trained.

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RC0493

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Draft

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Dates of creation, revision and deletion

2015-06-11

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A. Wilson