Canada Museum

Erik Pilawskii (
Tue, 6 Dec 1994 15:53:42 -0800 (PST)


So, blew it again! The bomber in the museum is, in fact, an A.E.G. product,
the G.IV. It is complete except for the radiators-- they're still looking for
some originals.
"The Heavens were the grandstands, and only the Gods were spectators. The
stake was the World. The forfeit was the Player's place at the table; and
the Game had no recess. It was the most dangerous of all sports-- and the
most fascinating. It got in the blood like wine. It aged men 40 years in
40 days; it ruined nervous systems in an hour. It was a fast game-- the
average life of a pilot at the Front was 48 hours. And, to many, it
seemed an Age....
Elliot White Springs, WWI ace