MORE LIVES THAN ONE by Hobert Douglas Skidmore

MORE LIVES THAN ONE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

For boys and men fascinated by flying, this is the testament of the air forces -- their belief in the part they played. How the men of the administration and services kept the ships flying; how through their unspectacular but vital work they discovered many things for which they were fighting. This spans the change of pattern as the war developed. The GI's, the air men, the infantry, the bull dozers, the chaplains and medicos -- a vista of the immensity of war and of non-combatants in the air forces who found some answers to what it was about.

Pub Date: Nov. 22nd, 1945
Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin