Up and at 'Em

TitleUp and at 'Em
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1940
AuthorsHartney, Harold Evans
Number of Pages318
PublisherStackpole Sons
CityHarrisburg, PA

Originally published in 1940, this is a memoir of Lieutenant-Colonel Harold E. Evans, a renowned Canadian-born commander who flew with Britain's Royal Flying Corps (RFC) and the United States Army Air Service (USAS) during World War I. Providing the reader with a fascinating firsthand account of the men and machines that established military aviation as the greatest weapon of all time, this is a must-read for all WWI enthusiasts.

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