Very Good. ISBN: 1-894759-21-4; 978-1-894759-21-2, Previous owner's name tag to the ffep blacked out; very little wear overall. Text is clean. 'Mount Slesse, a jagged 2, 500-metre peak near Chilliwack, BC, known locally as 'The Fang, ' lived up to its eveil reputation on December 9, 1956, when Trans-Canada Airlines Flight 810 slammed into it, killing all 62 aboard. For five months nobody knew what happened....To mark the fiftieth anniversary of this historic tragedy, [the authors] have written a gripping, blow-by-blow account of western Canada's worst aviation disaster, carefully examining its context, causes and aftermath. ' 176 pages.
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