425 Squadron Nose Art – Research done by Clarence Simonsen

425 Squadron nose art

RCAF 425 Les Alouettes

Hello Pierre,

All my best for a happy Easter, and attached is what I completed during the holiday.
This is the best I can do on the 425 Halifax data base, from what files I still have. Please expect a few errors, but it will give you a reference to work from.
Today there are hundreds of 425 log books, and photos, in Quebec, Ontario, and the Maritimes, which need to be copied and saved for future historians. The Halifax is the bomber that most French/Canadians gave their life in and the best nose art images were painted on. Maybe you can carry on from where I left off. I would love to save the history of the 425 nose artists, and this is one area I have had very little luck.
Cheers –
Clarence

No. 425 [Alouette] French/Canadian Squadron RCAF WWII

Formed at Dishforth, Yorkshire, England, 25 June 1942…

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