To make a record-breaking flight in the Golden Age of Aviation was to gain fame and, with luck, fortune too. The risks were high -- by no means, all of the pioneers lived to old age -- and failure was more likely than success, but for the mavericks, eccentrics, romantics, and visionaries in this book, the adventure alone was often worth it.
Hardback 327 pp Black & white photographs

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