Stansgate, Right Hon. Viscount
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A joint meeting of The Empire Club of Canada and The Canadian Club of Toronto.
The speaker as part of a delegation to many parts of the British Empire, come to engage in informal discussions on the war, and to see something of Canada's war effort. Remembering Dieppe, and the Battle of Britain. Naming the Joint Air Training Plan as perhaps Canada's greatest contribution. Moving the production of air crews and a large part of the production of machines out of Goering's grasp. The importance of training. The strategic importance of what Canada is doing both now and after the war, which will be an air-minded world. Activities and achievements of the Canadian Air Force, and the Canadian Navy. Canadian fighter pilots. Talking to the soldiers, who say very little. Preserving freedom. Some words from Charles James Fox.