"Black Hours and Narrow Escapes": The World War II Experience of Bombardier Robert L. Stone
"Black Hours and Narrow Escapes" provides an eyewitness account of World War II in the Pacific theater through the letters of a bombardier in the US Army Air Forces. He recounts his days training in Texas, California, and Hawaii, describes harrowing bombing runs, asks about friends and family, and longs for home. This edition includes an introduction by Robert Stone's wife, Sheila Stone, and an overview of World War II in the Pacific by Michael Neiberg, professor of history at the US Army War College.
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Paperback, 60 pages, 40 illustrations
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