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They flew the Atlantic.
Robert de La Croix
|Statement||Translated from the French by Edward Fitzgerald.|
|LC Classifications||TL531 .L2513|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||225|
|LC Control Number||59001886|
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They flew the Atlantic They flew the Atlantic. book – January 1, by Robert DE LA CROIX (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Robert DE LA CROIX. A record of the twenty years it took to prove the Atlantic could be an air traffic lane, this has its start in and carries on to pre-World War II days.
The attempt of aeronaut Walter Wellman and his dirigible in to cross the ocean proved but did not accomplish its purpose and in the heavier than air machines, with Read, then Alcock and Brown, made the run while Hawker and Grieve.
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OCLC Number: Description: pages illustrations 21 cm: Contents: Author's preface --First attempt by air --Read, Alcock and Brown, and the R --The battle for the south Atlantic --Nungesser and Coli --Charles A. Lindbergh --Chamberlin and Levine --Commander Richard Byrd --Atlantic tragedy again --Touch and go for the Bremen --Jean Mernoz and the southern route --An unforeseen.
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My library.The location of the island is never stated in the book. However the island is in the tropics and does have a coral reef so the likeliest places would be the South Pacific Ocean, The Indian Ocean.They flew over the Pacific, Indian, and Atlantic oceans and encountered climatic extremes from arctic to tropical.
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