4 edition of Legend, memory, and the Great War in the air found in the catalog.
Legend, memory, and the Great War in the air
by Published for the National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., by the University of Washington Press in Seattle
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 138-140) and index.
|Statement||Dominick A. Pisano ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Pisano, Dominick, 1943-, National Air and Space Museum.|
|LC Classifications||D600 .L44 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||144 p. :|
|Number of Pages||144|
|ISBN 10||0295972165, 0295972157|
|LC Control Number||92024189|
One war prize was captured in when it accidentally landed at a small American airstrip near Verdun, was donated to the Smithsonian Institution by the War Department in , and is now displayed at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C.. Two other American war prizes were retained by private owners until sold abroad in and “Who desired the Great War? No nation benefitted from it. The war brought about the destruction of the Prussian Empire, stripped the British Empire of its ability to hold its colonies, slaughtered the French and starved Germany, inspired a revolution in Russia, and prepared the ground for a more terrible slaughter to come.
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Smithsonian Air & Space Museum-Legend, Memory, & the Great War in the Air. F oreign Relations of the United States (Official U.S. foreign policy documentary record: Courtesy-University of Wisconsin-Madison libraries) e.g. supplement volume. World War I does not and will not enjoy that degree of fascination—which is too bad. If it was not a great war for America, it was the precursor and shaper of memory that made the later U.S. role in the great war of the 20th century possible. For that reason alone, World War I should not be put away on the shelf of America’s forgotten wars.
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Legend, Memory and the Great War in the Air The true nature of aerial combat during World Legend I. An impression many people have of World War I is that of gallant fighter pilots dueling high above the grim trenches, in a realm where combat was ruled by a code of honor, victory brought glory, and death came quickly and cleanly.
Legend, Memory and the Great War in the Air, published to document a new permanent gallery of the same name at the National Air and Space Museum of the Smithsonian Institution, contrasts the romantic myth of gallant combat in the sky with the grim reality faced by the aviators who fought and died during the : Dominick A.
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