Aeronautics: Kosciuszko Squadron

Biggest war since the Versailles Peace Conference was between Russia and Poland, 1919-1921. Few people know that throughout that war a squadron of U. S. aviators fought in the Polish air forces. The story of the Kosciuszko Squadron (named for the Polish patriot who fought in the American Revolution) is told for the first time by Kenneth Malcolm Murray, one of the pilots, in Wings Over Poland, currently published by D. Appleton & Co.

Just out of a German prison camp and serving with Herbert Hoover's relief administration, U. S. Pilot Merian Coldwell...

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