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WILSON, COMMANDER EUGENE E. - Wings of the Dawn (a First - Person Eye - Witness Account of the Evolution of U.S. Air and Space Doctrine)

Title: Wings of the Dawn (a First - Person Eye - Witness Account of the Evolution of U.S. Air and Space Doctrine)
Description: Palm Beach, Florida: Literary Investment Guild, 1967. Reprint. Hard Cover. 006039: Dustjacket now protected by a new Brodart Mylar Cover. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Dark Blue Boards (with gilt lettering and dolphin emblem) and content pages are clean (with exception of bookplate of "The Capt. A. Winfield Chaplin Library Collection" on front flyleaf), unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Dustjacket has cuts/chips along edges and spine is sun-faded. "A Study of the History of Societies and Civilizations to Discover a Way Out of the Worldwide Dilemma Created by the Breakdown of International Law during W. W. II. Eugene E. Wilson, one of the foremost architects of American air power whose lifespan encompassed the entire history of this revolutionary era, presents a first-hand eye-witness account of the losing battle fought by the aircraft manufacturing industry in its effort to bring air power and nuclear energy under the control of man's conscience. ": 6.25 x 9.25 in.: 175 pages. Very Good in Good Dust Jacket .

Keywords: Aircraft Space Exploration Science History Transportation: : Aviation: : General History: : Military: : Aviation Science: : General

Price: US$ 31.00 Seller: Keener Books
- Book number: 006039


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