Winged victory: the Army Air Forces in World War II

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Random House Publishing Group, 1993 - History - 549 pages
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The first single-volume history of the mightiest air armada the world has ever seen, from its creation to its triumph in WWII. Drawing on hundreds of newly available oral histories and papers, this fascinating story bursts with the valor, drama, and heroism of combat in the skies. Photos.

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A lot of information about the Military aviation leaders, not just who they were, but also the decisions they made, both right and wrong. Also, who got along with whom, and who didn't. I learned something new in each chapter. Read full review

Contents

The Shadow of a Man
3
Arnold Phoenix
15
Critical Mass
33
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

Geoffrey Perret was educated at Harvard University and the University of California at Berkeley. He was enlisted in the U.S. Army for three years. He lives in England with his wife.

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