An American Pursuit Pilot in France: Roland W. Richardson's Diaries and Letters, 1917-1919

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First Lieutenant Roland W. Richardson, pursuit pilot of the 213th Squadron of the American Air Service, often reflected the thoughts and feelings of the thousands of American youths sent to France. In his letters and diaries. What he wrote was not the dramatic fare one may read in aviators' reminiscences and biographies appearing during and just after World War I, but it constitutes a continuing record of the demands of training and combat, of the labor of simply keeping airplanes in the air. His is an intensely personal ...

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