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Amelia Earhart :case closed?by Walter Roessler
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The truth about what really happened to Amelia Earhart.
-- The first book on Amelia Earhart by aviation professionals.
-- Incorporates information and findings, never before published, made available through the Freedom of Information Act.
-- Extensive, well-documented research, superlative synthesis, and an inescapable conclusion.
On July 2, 1937, in a state-of-the-art, totally capable, twin-engined airplane, America's "First Lady of the Air" disappeared somewhere in the South Pacific, creating one of the 20th Century's greatest mysteries. Starting with a clean-slate, the authors assumed nothing in their research of the woman, the technology, the circumstances, and the mystery. They explored, and have exploded, popular theories, using government, university, and corporate sources in their quest for the truth. Amelia Earhart — Case Closed? reveals the true story about this courageous woman and her attempt to fly around-the-world. Includes testimonies from six aviation experts and authors.
"This book will enhance your knowledge and fire your interest...totally factual...a monumental accomplishment". — LCDR William J. Hackett, USN (Ret) Aviation Consultant
"A must read...a riveting account of exactly what happened". Doris Rich, Author Amelia Earhart — A Biography
"... factual and very good. It contain(s) all qualitative data". — General Chuck Yeager, USAF (Ret)
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