Books tagged: 1930s aviation

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White Water Landings: A View Of The Imperial Airways Africa Service From The Ground
Price: $6.99 USD. Words: 67,230. Language: Commonwealth English. Published: September 1, 2015 by Princelings Publications. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Autobiographies & Memoirs, Nonfiction » Transportation » Aviation / History
The romance of pre-war air travel meets the romance of a man and a woman kept apart by war, in this memoir of a young man and his career in Africa with Imperial Airways. The book covers intriguing details of the Empire Flying Boat Service: commissioning of the 'boats; indiscretions of the passengers; the dangers of a herd of buffalo at night, and the bravery of exiles awaiting war-time transport.
Destination Saipan Was Amelia Earhart A Prisoner Of Imperial Japan?
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 5,140. Language: English. Published: May 7, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Transportation » Aviation / History, Nonfiction » History » Military
My ebook looks at theories of Amelia Earhart's July 2, 1937 disappearance. The narrative focuses on Saipan as the probable location of where Earhart's Lockheed Model 10E airplane crashed. Among the people profiled in my book is an eyewitness who saw what she believes to be Amelia Earhart's aircraft as it crashed into a Japanese military zone on Saipan. The witness is still alive in California.
The Truth Of It: Amelia Earhart's Private Journal
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 76,270. Language: English. Published: October 21, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Women's fiction » General, Fiction » Historical » USA
A fictional account of the last ten years of Amelia Earhart’s life. The story is told by Amelia: passionate about living, irreverent, and ambitious. The dreams and fears that propelled Amelia to worldwide fame are revealed here, along with her belief that women could do anything men could, and an unrelenting standard of personal excellence.
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