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    "Wild Blue Yonder" - An Air Epic, by Don Clark. Hardcover, 172 pages, illustrated. This book focuses on "The 300" Yankee Warbirds in Canada, Texas, and France.

    Heavily illustrated with some...
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    "America's First Eagles" - The Official History of the US Air Service, A.E.F. (1917-1918), Lt. Lucien H. Thayer. Forward by Douglas Campbell. Hardcover, 360 pages, illustrated...many of which I have...
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    Thanks for the addition Major. I just picked one of these up today, and it will make a nice addition to my growing reference section of books written by the men who actually lived these events.
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    Absolutely, thanks Chuck!
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    Thank you very much for the additional information - much appreciated. cool militaria

    I would add that I picked up all three of these books on ebay for less than $15 each. They not only provide a...
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    "Flying for France", James R. McConnell - Lafayette Escadrille

    1918 edition of FLYING FOR FRANCE book features flights over Verdun & Somme, personal letters from Sergeant McConnell, how France...
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    "Contact" 'A Romance of the Air', by Elliott White Springs was written in 1930. The "romance" part involves aviation and a girl. I love a fictional story that has some basis in reality from personal...
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    Sticky: Reference Section: WWI Aviation Books

    This first book entitled "With the French Flying Corps" was written by Carroll Dana Winslow in 1917. Winslow pens his personal experiences and observations based on his time with the Flying Corps....
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