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No Parachute: A Fighter Pilot in World War I; Letters Written in 1917 by… (1968)

by Arthur Stanley Gould Lee

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Behind the elite of renowned young airmen who fought in World War I were many hundreds of other airmen who flew their harzardous sorties without ever achieving fame. This is the story of one of these flyers - a story based on letters telling the story of his progress from fledgling to seasoned fighter.
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To my first wife Gwyneth Ann who died long ago and to whom the letters in this book were sent in the springtime of life
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For Britain and her Allies at the beginning of 1917 the outlook on the Western Front was sombre.
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Behind the elite of renowned young airmen who fought in World War I were many hundreds of other airmen who flew their hazardous sorties without ever achieving fame. This is the story of one of these flyers - a story based on letters telling the story of his progress from fledgling to seasoned fighter.… (more)

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