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United States Women in Aviation 1919-1929.
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Another book that gives a good background of women pilots before World War II is Claudia M. Oakes’ book, United States Women In Aviation, (). She goes beyond talking about just pilots to include information about early flight attendants, engineers and women who worked in manufacturing. Chapter American Life in the “Roaring Twenties,” Chapter The Politics of Boom and Bust, Chapter The Great Depression and the New Deal,
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Get this from a library. United States women in aviation, [Kathleen L Brooks-Pazmany]. Women who were active in aviation in the United States from through as pilots, barnstormers, promoters, passengers, and supporters are presented in this publication.
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One bright spot, though, was the emergence of the homebuilt movement. the act. The majority of women who entered the aviation arena did so for the thrill, for the fun of flying.
However, women who desired a career in aviation were very serious about educating the public about the safety and efficiency of flight Many who entered aviation in the s were drawn by the romance and excitement of flying.
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