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The first Eagles by Gavin Mortimer

The First Eagles: The Fearless American Aces Who Flew with the RAF in World War I

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There was a time when the United States of America didn't believe in aerial warfare. This book is an incredible history of the American WWI Pilots who refused to be grounded. Award-winning historian Gavin Mortimer engagingly profiles the restless, determined American aviators who grew tired of waiting for the their country to establish an aerial military force during World War I, and who enlisted with Britin's Royal Flying Corps.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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