Sydney S. Shulemson
Growing up in Montreal, Shulemson attended McGill University. He enlisted in the Royal Canadian Air Force on September 10, 1939, and graduated from flight school in 1942. He joined RCAF 404 Squadron in Wick in Scotland, flying a Bristol Beaufighter. Shulemson downed a German flying boat on his first sortie. He pioneered techniques for rocket attacks on Axis ships in the North Atlantic.
Shulemson married in 1989. He died in Florida in 2007.
- "Dateline World Jewry", April 2007, World Jewish Congress
- Wayne Ralph (May 2005). Aces, Warriors and Wingmen: The Firsthand Accounts of Canada's Fighter Pilots in the Second World War. p. 152. ISBN 0-470-83590-7.
- Mertl, Steve. "SYD SHULEMSON, PILOT 1915-2007". Globe and Mail. Canadian Press. p. S9. Retrieved 2007-02-05.
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