Smithy. The Life of Sir Charles Kingsford Smith

By: mackersey, Ian

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Smithy. The Life of Sir Charles Kingsford Smith by mackersey, Ian
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London: Little Brown & Co, 1998. xvi, 416 pages plus 42 plates and endpaper maps. Illustrated dustwrapper. Written with the cooperation of Kingsford Smith's widow and family, this book reveals a man obsessed by fame and worshipped by women, yet, paradoxically, one who suffered from a morbid fear of the sea. Illuminating and authoritative this biography looks beyond Kingsford Smith's awesome flying exploits to examine a reckless character shaped by the trauma of service in the First World War, the forces of empire thwarted his deepest ambitions and the jealousy and litigation that constantly swirled about him. It also recreates, from exhaustive new research, the last hours of Kingsford Smith's final, fatal flight.. Reprint Edition. Red Cloth. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Various -- Photographic. Octavo- over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. biography -- Aviation.

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