And I Shall Fly: The Flying Memoirs of Z. Lewis Leigh


Z. Lewis Leigh was the first pilot to work for Trans Canada Airlines in 1937. During World War II, Leigh joined the Royal Canadian Air Force. His first assignment was anti-submarine flying, but was transferred to Transport Command in 1942 where he would beremembered for his excellent administrative abilities, revolutionizing how Transport Command operated. Leigh continued in RCAF service until 1957.

These memoirs chronicle the years he spent devoted to flying.

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Zebulon Lewis Leigh
212 pages

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Weight 0.340 kg
Dimensions 21.4 × 14.0 × 2.00 cm


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