A friend of mine is related to a Second World War pilot, sadly shot down over France and killed in 1941, who flew mosquitos. He did his training in Canada, at the wonderfully named Moose Jaw Saskatchewan. He was a keen photographer and documented his time in Canada (no doubt it was a big adventure for a 19 year old lad from Bexley in Kent), both training, and having fun taking photos of their flying antics, colleagues and fun times. My friend wanted to get the photos to a wider audience, and asked me to scan them, and we uploaded them to a Flickr page, here:Jim Anderson - 21 Squadron RAF It was quite an emotional thing to do, learn about this chap Jim, and his co-pilot Art ( a Canadian) from this pile of prints in a tatty old shoe box, in the knowledge that neither of them lasted long after training. I scanned them and uploaded them with the captions that were either in the album (those that hadn’t fallen out) or written on the back.