Wings of Destiny

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Wings of Destiny

By The Marquess of Londonderry
Macmillan, 1943
251 pp. $3.50

During most of the two inter-war decades Lord Londonderry was closely identified with the development of British military aviation, serving as Secretary of State for Air for three and a half years in the early thirties. This book is a record of his activities and a justification of the policies he upheld.

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