Warplanes to Alaska
A most-have for anyone interested in WWII aviation history! Following the German invasion of Russia, the Lend-Lease policy of the United States, which provided for supplies to Allied countries, allowed for the delivery of 8,000 aircraft to Russia. The airway extended from the United States through Canada to Nome, Alaska. The author interviewed Canadian, Russian and American veterans and acquired hundreds of photos to relate the story of the men and women who braved wild terrain and some of the harshest climates on earth to influence the outcome of WWII.
Price $39.95, plus S&H
Hardcover: 248 pages
Publisher: Hancock House Pub Ltd; 1st Edition (January 1998)
Please call (907) 747-6455 to order.