The Life Story of an American Airman in France: Extracts from the Letters of Stuart Walcott, Who, Between July and December, 1917, Learned to Fly in French Schools of Aviation, Won Fame at the Front, and Fell Near Saint Souplet (Classic Reprint)

The Life Story of an American Airman in France: Extracts from the Letters of Stuart Walcott, Who, Between July and December, 1917, Learned to Fly in French Schools of Aviation, Won Fame at the Front, and Fell Near Saint Souplet (Classic Reprint)


The Life Story of an American Airman in France: Extracts from the Letters of Stuart Walcott, Who, Between July and December, 1917, Learned to Fly in French Schools of Aviation, Won Fame at the Front, and Fell Near Saint Souplet (Classic Reprint)

 


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Stuart Walcott

  • Author: Stuart Walcott
  • Type: Paperback
  • Pages: 32 pages
  • ISBN: none
  • ASIN: 9781333510084
  • Edition Language: English


  • Excerpt from The Life Story of an American Airman in France: Extracts From the Letters of Stuart Walcott, Who, Between July and December, 1917, Learned to Fly in French Schools of Aviation, Won Fame at the Front, and Fell Near Saint Souplet He then made arrangements with the American representatives of the Lafay ette Escadrille to go to France on the completion of his college year.

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