Our Young Aeroplane Scouts in Russia; or, Lost on the Frozen Steppes

Our Young Aeroplane Scouts in Russia; or, Lost on the Frozen Steppes

Horace Porter

Memoir

Our Young Aeroplane Scouts in Russia or, Lost on the Frozen Steppes252 pp. "A series of stories of two American boy aviators in the great European war zone. The fascinating life in mid-air is thrillingly described. The boys have many exciting adventures, and the narratives of their numerous escapes make up a series of wonderfully interesting stories."Keywords: HORACE PORTER OUR YOUNG AEROPLANE AIRPLANE SCOUTS IN RUSSIA LOST ON FROZEN STEPPES CHILDREN VINTAGE FICTION HISTORICAL WORLD WAR I WWI WW1 AVIATION
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Our Young Aeroplane Scouts in Germany; or, Winning the Iron Cross

Our Young Aeroplane Scouts in Germany; or, Winning the Iron Cross

Horace Porter

Memoir

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