The following are sources for further information on the RCAF in WWII:
- Canada and the War, The Canadian Armed Forces: The Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF).
- Canadian Military Aviation Chronology 1939-1947 (RCAF Association).
- History of the Battle of Britain (Canada Air Force Services History).
- History of the Royal Canadian Air Force (Wikipedia article).
- Royal Canadian Air Force (Defining Moments Canada).
- Royal Canadian Air Force 1939-1945 – Canadian War Museum
- Royal Canadian Air Force (Encyclopedia article.)
- The Royal Canadian Air Force in Britain During the Second World War (Imperial War Museum).
- Vintage Wings of Canada (Les Ailes d’Epoque du Canada). Contains a wealth of information on the RCAF during WWII.
- Blyth, Kenneth K., Cradle Crew: Royal Canadian Air Force, World War II.
- Clutton-Brock, Oliver, RAF Evaders, The comprehensive Story of thousands of escapers and their escape lines, Western Europe, 1940-1945, London, Grub Street Publishing, 2009.
- Milberry, Larry, The Royal Canadian Air Force at War, 1939-1944, CANAV Books, 1990. “This mammoth volume is the definitive illustrated history of RCAF during WWII. This book traces the RCAF’s progression from an ill-prepared air force in 1939 to the establishment of the formidable British Commonwealth Air Training Plan with dogfights from London to Singapore, bombers over Berlin, sub-hunters over the North Atlantic, and transports over Far Eastern jungles.”