WINGED HIGHWAY by Wm. Stephen Groech

WINGED HIGHWAY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Good successor to Shyway to Asia. Entertaining account of a man who stuck to flying against odds, first in the Navy during the war, then in commercial aviation after Lindbergh's flight. West with the New York-Rio-Buenos Aires line, stayed on later with Pan American, established trans-Pacific base ports. Filled with adventure of modern pioneering, with its mishaps, disappointments, tragedies and comedies. Man's book.

Pub Date: Sept. 14th, 1938
Publisher: Longmans, Green