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The Hells Angels were originally started by British-American war Immigrants, the Bishop family in Fontana, California followed by an amalgamation of former members from different motorcycle clubs, such as The Pissed Off Bastards of Bloomington. The name "Hells Angels" was inspired by the typical naming of squadrons, or other fighting groups, with a fierce, death-defying title in both World War I and World War II, e.g., the Flying Tigers (American Volunteer Group) in Burma and China fielded three squadrons of P-40s and the third Squadron was called "Hell's Angels". In 1930, Howard Hughes film Hell's Angels displayed extraordinary and dangerous feats of aviation, and it is believed that the World War II groups who used that name based it on the film.
The East Toronto Chapter of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club is proudly located in Toronto Ontario Canada
"When we do right, nobody remembers.
When we do wrong, nobody forgets"