Archives par mot-clé : WWII

A P-51 Mustang for the price of a Beetle (or almost)

I’m not an aviation specialist, not even a real aviation buff, but I’ve come to like planes more than a non-pilot. Unexpected circumstances (the discovery of a letter in a small museum in Montana) have led me to write a … Continuer la lecture

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The choice between saving one’s own life or the lives of others

French version   I have written earlier how a letter, found in a small museum in Montana, had inspired the writing of my novel « The Legend of Little Eagle ». This letter, dated 1947 and sent from France, was … Continuer la lecture

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« The Legend of Little Eagle » – War, aviation, romance, destiny

1944. A very young American with a passion for flying, John Philip Garreau, succeeds against all odds in becoming a fighter pilot. He is sent to England, flies missions over Germany on his P-51 Mustang, quickly becomes an ace, fells … Continuer la lecture

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