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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: The Reluctant Dragon, a Second World War B-24 Liberator, rests on the tarmc at Trenton after being flown from India by six man Canadian Forces crew of Capt. A. R. Woodman, Col. A. J. Pudsey, Capt. Ronald Dickson, Capt. R. T. Brown, CWO John Trethwan and MWO Harry Tate. The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: National Aviation Museum,The Reluctant Dragon, a Second World War B-24 Liberator, rests on the tarmc at Trenton after being flown from India by six man Canadian Forces crew of Capt. A. R. Woodman, Col. A. J. Pudsey, Capt. Ronald Dickson, Capt. R. T. Brown, CWO John Trethwan and MWO Harry Tate.June 17, 1968,Rudy Platiel transparent
DATED
June 17, 1968
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The Reluctant Dragon, a Second World War B-24 Liberator, rests on the tarmc at Trenton after being flown from India by six man Canadian Forces crew of Capt. A. R. Woodman, Col. A. J. Pudsey, Capt. Ronald Dickson, Capt. R. T. Brown, CWO John Trethwan and MWO Harry Tate.
Rudy Platiel / The Globe and Mail
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Lester B. Pearson finished his term and Pierre Trudeau became Prime Minister
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Lyndon B. Johnson was President

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