THEY FOUGHT FOR THE SKY by Quentin Reynolds

THEY FOUGHT FOR THE SKY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The air aces of World War I evoke a nostalgia and heroism one might have forgotten. They went aloft and into enemy territory with almost no training and in crates designed and produced within a matter of days. From the first skirmishes to America's entry to the war and the beginnings of mass bombing raids, this is a creditable account with the professional pace of a practiced hand.

Pub Date: May 20th, 1957
Publisher: Rinehart