Re: At the Casablanca Airfield

Date:         18 Mar 97 03:14:55 
From:         Michael Carley <mjcarley@maths.tcd.ie>
Organization: Dept. of Maths, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.
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"J. Heilig" <jheilig@gate.net> writes:

>It was indeed a model, and it was supposed (more or less) to represent a
>Lockheed Model 10 Electra.  Not sure if Air France actually flew any
>Electras (doubtful), but since Hollywood knew what an Electra looked
>like in 1943, that's what they used.  The ground crew seen loading the

Did Air France exist at the time? Or would it have been
an Aeropostale aircraft? Anyway, it's quite possible that
a French airline was flying Electras---Neville Chamberlain
went to and from Munich in one, so European airlines were
using them.
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