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1-242810 de Korte, Samuel

TUSKEGEE AIRMEN: Dogfighting with the Luftwaffe and Jim Crow
During WWII, the Tuskegee Airmen had two enemies to overcome: the German Luftwaffe and Jim Crow. Recounts the struggles the men faced at home and abroad, as the racism prevalent at the time meant that black Americans were deemed unsuitable for the demands of modern war. Looks at how their role escorting the bombers, as well as their bright red tails, earned the Tuskegee Airmen of 332nd Fighter Group the nickname of 'Red Tails.' Also discusses how the units served with distinction in several fierce engagements, such as the 99th Fighter Squadron, who fought in the skies over Anzio, and the 332nd Fighter Group, who earned a Distinguished Unit Citation for its mission to Berlin on 24 March 1945. Contains 70 mono illustrations.1 vol, 208 pgs 2024 UK, AIR WORLD
NEW-dj, available mid April 2024 ......$35.00 discount: :15% rct
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