Unsung Eagles: True Stories of America’s Citizen Airmen in the Skies of World War II by Jay Stout

Jay Stout has written a fine book about the citizen of airman of World War II. This is an oral history instead of a traditional history. It is the remembrances of the ordinary men who answered the call of their country. Reading the book reminded me of sitting at my local coffee shop and listening… Continue reading Unsung Eagles: True Stories of America’s Citizen Airmen in the Skies of World War II by Jay Stout

World War II Airplane Facts

INTERESTING AIRPLANE FACTS FROM WORLD WAR II NOTE: This is not original research by me, but information available on the world wide web and in multiple print resources.  Some of the references are listed at the end of the article. The formatting and tables with aircraft pictures and make models are my original contribution to this information. For… Continue reading World War II Airplane Facts

The American Aircraft Factory in World War II

The American Aircraft Factory in World War II by Bill Yenne is truly magnificent. When I first had the book in my hand I thought “coffee table book”. After reading the book and looking at the pictures it is so much more. It is a wonderful tribute to the men and women who built the… Continue reading The American Aircraft Factory in World War II

Bombs Away!: The World War II Bombing Campaigns over Europe

Zenith Press‘s “Bombs Away!: The World War II Bombing Campaigns over Europe” by John R. Bruning is a must have for all World War II and aviation buffs.  The book is large, coffee-table size volume. The book is full of amazing pictures.  The photographs give greater coverage of the people in the war than most… Continue reading Bombs Away!: The World War II Bombing Campaigns over Europe