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Air Force One: The Aircraft Of The Modern U.s. Presidency
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The presidential plane wasn't always known as Air Force One . FDR traveled in the Guess Where II, a transport version of the heavy bomber four-engine Liberator. Later presidential aircraft included the Dixie Clipper and Sacred Cow (FDR) , Independence…
D-day: The Air And Sea Invasion Of Normandy In Photos
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|June 1, 2019

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Those who witnessed it never forgot it: the great armada of Allied ships that filled the English Channel on D-Day, June 6, 1944. From battleships, cruisers, and destroyers down to the much smaller landing ships and landing craft, these nearly 7,000 vessels…
Pearl Harbor Air Raid: The Japanese Attack On The U.s. Pacific Fleet, December 7, 1941
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Just in time for 75th anniversary commemorations of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, this latest addition offers a complete visual history of the attack, its aftermath, and the salvage efforts that followed. Over 300 photos, with detailed captions-complete…
Hidden Warships: Finding World War Ii's Abandoned, Sunk, And Preserved Warships
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As close as you can get to the world's warship wrecks without getting your feet wet. Sunk by enemy fire, scuttled, or run aground, the number of World War II-era battleships, cruisers, submarines, and other warships that ended their service on the bottom of…
Bloody Skies: U.s. Eighth Air Force Battle Damage In World War Ii
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A visual history of the US Eighth Air Force in World War II. Hundreds of photos of American aircraft damaged or shot down by the German Luftwaffe. Photos of damaged bomber and fighter planes, plus information on their crews and missions. Perfect complement to the…
Hidden Warbirds Ii: More Epic Stories Of Finding, Recovering, And Rebuilding Wwii's Lost Aircraft
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The continuation of World War II's most intriguing new aviation series. In Hidden Warbirds II , the engaging follow-up to the critically acclaimed Hidden Warbirds , aviation historian Nicholas A. Veronico further explores the romantic era of World War II…
Vietnam War Helicopter Art: U.s. Army Rotor Aircraft
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• Hundreds of unique color photos showing how soldiers decorated their helicopters during the Vietnam War• Includes stories and anecdotes from pilots, crews, and artists, focusing on how helicopters got their names and how the artwork was…
Boneyard Nose Art: U.s. Military Aircraft Markings And Artwork
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• Photos of retired American military aircraft, emphasizing their nose art• Includes fighters, bombers, tankers, and transports, such as the B-2, B-17, F-16, C-130, and more• Features aircraft from World War II, Korea, Vietnam, and the Gulf…
Hidden Warbirds: The Epic Stories Of Finding, Recovering, And Rebuilding Wwii's Lost Aircraft
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"If you only have room in your collection for one book on WWII-era warbird wreck histories and recoveries, then it should be this one. Nicholas Veronico’s thorough research and clear, concise writing style make  Hidden Warbirds  a fascinating joy…
Depression-Era Sculpture of the Bay Area
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The Great Depression was a terrible blow for the Bay Area's thriving art community. A few private art projects kept a small number of sculptors working, but for the majority, prospects of finding new commissions were grim. By the mid-1930s, Pres. Franklin D.…
Depression-Era Murals of the Bay Area
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The San Francisco Bay Area's art community was thriving until the Great Depression strangled commerce in the 1930s. Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal art programs brought relief to many talented but financially strapped artists. Their legacy, and that of…
San Carlos
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|September 19, 2007

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Located in the heart of the San Francisco peninsula, San Carlos is known as the "City of Good Living." Originally inhabited by the Costanos Indians, the town was part of the Rancho de las Pulgas land grant during the Spanish mission days. Incorporated in 1925,…
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