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Flags of the United States and Canada and Their Twenty-Three Allies, page 19.
Source: The People's War Book and Atlas: Colored Maps and Natural Wonders of the World containing 2 books:
This was the "Autographed Edition" which was signed by Colonel W. A. Bishop, the World's Ace of Aces.
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