Looking for more information about radar, World War II and aviation history? 

We are part of a wide-ranging and avid group of radar/aviation history museums, organisations, veterans's groups, and knowledgeable hobbiests.  Please take some time to visit their sites to learn more about them.


Canadian RADAR PUBLICATIONS and Information

There are several books written by radar veterans and used extensively by the Museum to assist in the understanding and dissemination of WWII radar history.  There are four books produced by the Canadian Radar History Project:

Canadians on Radar in South East Asia: 1941 - 1945
by Angus Hamilton

Canadians on Radar: Royal Canadian Air Force 1940 - 1945
by George K. Grande, Sheila M. Linden, & Horace R. Macaulay

Radar Officers of the Royal Canadian Air Force: 1940 -1946
by J. R. Robinson and F. B. Grahame

Canadians on Radar Royal Canadian Air Force: 1940 -1945
Honours and Awards

by Robert F. Linden

They are available at the Museum for visitors and researchers, but are also accessible online.  Robert Quirk's website is invaluable to those seeking information about Canadian and Commonwealth air force activities.

 

SoRM Partners and Friends

 Please visit and support our friends at the 427 (London) Wing, and the museum they have recently founded,  The Spirit of Flight Aviation Museum .

Please visit and support our friends at the 427 (London) Wing, and the museum they have recently founded, The Spirit of Flight Aviation Museum.

 We share knowledge and history with the folks of the  Canadian Forces Museum of Aerospace Defence , located in North Bay, Ontario.

We share knowledge and history with the folks of the Canadian Forces Museum of Aerospace Defence, located in North Bay, Ontario.

 The deeply committed  Robert Watson Watt Society  in the City of Brechin, Scotland.

The deeply committed Robert Watson Watt Society in the City of Brechin, Scotland.

Additional Links

The RAF Yatesbury Association: This is the official web site of the RAF Yatesbury Association and incorporates RAF Compton Bassett, Cherhill and Townsend.

The Diefenbunker: Canada's Cold War Museum

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

The RAF Air Defence Radar Museum

The Western University Department of Physics & Astronomy

The Online Air Defence Radar Museum is an amazing resource for all things related to American radar (and more!).  They're working on funding a physical museum, too.  Check them out!