Air Power for Peace

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Air Power for Peace

By Eugene E. Wilson
McGraw-Hill, 1945
184 pp. $2.00

Mr. Wilson, President of the Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce of America and a prominent airplane manufacturer, cites the experiences of the recent war to show that a nation's air power consists of a careful balance of military air force, civil air commerce, and the aircraft manufacturing industry.

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