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World: A Trip to Japan

Eight of Major General James H. Doolittle's flyers were captured by the Japanese. Fifty-five made their way back to the U.S. and to fighting fronts. Five flew...

AERONAUTICS: Eurasian Route

Back from Peking came two superplanes to their home in Berlin. Their pilots told the Deutsche Lufthansa (Air League) that not even the Ural Mountains had been...

U.S. At War: Bandit Chief

In a week when Under Secretary of War Patterson declared that battered Tokyo was no longer a primary bombers' target, the War Department announced the name of...

Pearl Harbor's Top Gun

One thing about Jerry Bruckheimer: he really knows how to blow stuff up. As one of Hollywood's biggest and most durable producers, he blasted through Alcatraz in...

American Scene

IN FLORIDA: OLD BIRDS FLY AGAIN ON A SPARKLING WEEKEND DOWN IN FLORIDA, SOME PEOPLE WHO CARE PASSIONATELY FOR WORLD WAR II AIRPLANES -- "WARBIRDS," THE DEVOTEES...

Milestones, Apr. 21, 1958

Married. Robert Motherwell, 43, and Helen Frankenthaler, 29, both abstract expressionist painters; he for the third time, she for the first; in Manhattan. The...

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