The Hosts of the Air: The Story of a Quest in the Great War

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D. Appleton, 1915 - Fighter pilots - 326 pages
The third in the series, this episode dealing with the love story of John Scott and Julie Lannes.
 

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Page 148 - The captain's eyes were red, his hands trembled, and he had all the appearance of a man who had been drinking hard the day before, and was not yet perfectty sober.
Page 227 - Louie gave his exhibition twice every day, once in the morning and once in the afternoon.
Page 289 - ... secret that Jim Haggerty, the President's Secretary, was with me for over a year when I was in State politics and I knew him very well, and what worried me was the fact the President might veto this Bill, and I was happy when Jim called me and said he had just signed it ten minutes ago. Now it is law. I don't know what the future holds for us, but I think we have got all we can expect in pensions. This has been a great fight and we owe a lot to our Commander and Bill Otjen and to others, but...
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Page 5 - What do I care for money? What could I do with it if I had it, held here between walls of mud only four feet apart?
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