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WASPs Women Airforce Service Pilots of World War II, by Vera Williams
More than 25,000 women applied to become WASPs, 1,830 were accepted for training, and 1,074 won their wings. It is a lively, reminiscent, and beautifully illustrated tribute to these irrepressible 'fly girls' of the forties.
More than 150 photographs of the WASPs in training, on duty around the country during the war.
Hardcover - 156 pages.
Published by the National Park Service and Pacific Historic Parks
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