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VALIANT COLONEL VINCENT T.R. Lazorishak (U.S. Air Force veteran)
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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A young Union Army brigade commander, Col. Strong Vincent, from northwest Pennsylvania, leads his troops in a desperate fight to stop Confederate Army troops from taking Gettysburg's Little Round Top (vital high ground). Mortally wounded, Colonel Vincent would receive a battlefield promotion to brigadier general... This is a brief, illustrated story of Vincent's short life...focusing on his quick thinking & gallantry at Gettysburg.
World War I Air Aces T.R. Lazorishak (U.S. Air Force veteran)
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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In the dangerous skies of Europe, intrepid pilots like the German Empire's Manfred von Richthofen, "the Red Baron," & American Eddie Rickenbacker look for enemy planes... They must avoid getting shot down themselves & also try to dodge fire from troops on the ground... They shoot down many planes (and observation balloons)... This is their story & the story of other great pilots like Albert Ball & Frank Luke, Jr... Using vintage World War I photographs, the author, a U.S. Air Force Cold War veteran, tells the story of some of the daring men who flew boldly during a chaotic war fought over 100 years ago...
World War I American Aces T.R. Lazorishak (U.S. Air Force veteran)
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During the latter part of World War I in Europe, intrepid American pilots of the U.S. Army Air Service patrolled the skies... Daring, & often fearless, men like Arizonan Frank Luke & Eddie Rickenbacker, of Ohio, displayed exceptional flying skills & exceptional valor... They searched for enemy observation balloons or enemy pilots & hoped to become an "ace" (five, or more, victories in combat)... Many succeeded...though some died, heroicly, while flying... This is their story, told using vintage World War I photographs...

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