The Roy Brown Society

The Roy Brown Society

Special Event: Sat, April 21st

Please come see us at the Carleton Place Town Hall, located at 175 Bridge Street for an afternoon of presentations, exhibits, and a perspective on World War 1, presented by members of the Roy Brown Society.

The exhibit runs from noon until 4:30pm and admission is FREE! There will be refreshments and activities for the kids.

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A fundraising site for a Roy Brown Memorial, is soon to be launched.

CLICK HERE for a Sneak Peek!

A few words about us

The Roy Brown Society has been founded with the express purpose of preserving and promoting the incredible story of Capt. A. Roy Brown and in particular the famous battle of April 21,1918 in which the famed German Ace, Baron Manfred Von Richthofen was downed.

The Society also makes a commitment to telling the stories of the many other military pilots and war aces who came from Carleton Place.

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The Life and Times of Captain Roy

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The Controversy

Who really killed the Red Baron? Many have claimed credit since the fateful day of April 21, 1918 and all have their detractors and supporters.

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The Red Baron vs Roy Brown MGM Studios 1971

Roy Brown Mural Dedication in Carleton Place.

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Contact information

Please contact us with your comments and suggestions. We really like to hear from our visitors.