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FLYING TIGER Chennault of China by Robert Lee Scott Jr - Paperback - First Edition - 1960 - from Ravenswood Books and

FLYING TIGER Chennault of China

by Robert Lee Scott Jr

Condition: Good

Berkley Medallion. Good. 1960. First Edition. Softcover. Cover has moderate edge and corner wear, creasing and light soiling. Small stamp and name written inside front cover. Very light edge stain first couple pages. Pages are otherwise clean. All pages are intact although binding is getting a little fragile. The heroic, exciting story of World War II's most famous pilots - told by the author of God is My Co-pilot. To the Chinese the Hawk-faced leather-skinned American was "Chennote Chiang Chun" and his men were "Tigers" - the family Flying Tigers who plunged into China in 1941 to help in the desperate struggle against the invading Japanese. [110-osl]; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall .


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