Called "the most stirring story of individual heroism that the war has so far produced" ("The New York Times"), this classic is Captain Lawson's account of the raid over Tokyo in 1942 following the bombing of Pearl Harbor, commanded by Captain James H. Doolittle. photos.Called "the most stirring story of individual heroism that the war has so far produced" ("The New York Times"), this classic is Captain Lawson's account of the raid over Tokyo in 1942 following the bombing of Pearl Harbor, commanded by Captain James H. Doolittle. photos.Read Less
Fair in fair dust jacket. This is a used book. It may contain highlighting/underlining and/or the book may show heavier signs of wear. It may also be ex-library or without dustjacket. All orders are shipped the same or the next day.
Hardcover, fair condition, clear plastic cover over dust jacket, outside spine of book is in fair condition, inner binder weak starting to detach, Main Text and Pages of Main Text in good condition. No signs of water damages, appears to be free of writing, appears to be free of underlining, appears to be free of markings, and appears to be free of highlighting.
Fair. No Jacket. 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" tall. Grey cloth binding. The interior is in good clean condition. There is a name and address printed on the front end paper. The cover has several soil spots. Illustrated. This is a Landmark Book.
I first read it as a young boy, and I've been hooked on both the book and movie ever since. It's a fast moving and fairly gritty version of Ted Lawson's adventures, albeit one set to paper by author Robert Considine.
The edition I have has autographs from several of the raiders, which I greatly treasure. What a feat those young men pulled off,nearly 70 years ago!
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