Only The Maker's Name

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'Only the Maker's Name' is a book that tells the story of a boy who became infatuated with aeroplanes when, in 1934, he was taken up for a pleasure flight by the world famous Miss Pauline Gower. He was just three years old at the time. The book covers his escapades and experiences as a child living alone with his mother in wartime Britain, how he ran away from home at the age of fourteen and his lengthy struggle to succeed in aviation. An almost fatal air crash put him in hospital for two years. Eventually he recovered and returned to flying. During his forty years as a flying instructor and commercial pilot he experienced several narrow escapes. He also flew as a stunt pilot, and flew one hundred and twenty different types of aeroplane. Finally after a hectic and sometimes amusing career, he retired as Managing Director and Chief Pilot of one of the 'Air Atlantique' group of companies.


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Author(s) - Ray Blyth


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ISBN - 9781905553921

Dimensions - 23.4 x 15.6 x 3.8 cm

Page Count - 757

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