"Walker's book brings indelibly to life a neglected chapter in aviation history..." (Daily Mail, 11 July 2003) "!a list of colorful characters!a refreshing diversion from the mainstream!" (Focus, October 2003) "!walker tells a story of these early women pilots...with great dash and period detail!" (New Scientist, 20 September 2003) "!This is an original, entertaining and most welcome addition to the aviation bookshelves!" (Spitfire Society, Journal November 2003)Vom Verlag:
This book follows the early years of women aviators from the end of World War I through the madcap years of the 1920s to the establishment of aviation as a serious part of defense and commercial activities during World War II. Award--winning writer Mike Walker writes about a time of immense social and technical change that radically transformed the position of women and became the golden years for the development of aviation.
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