|Statement||by Lind Swarthout.|
|LC Classifications||E748.R4 S8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||115,  p.|
|Number of Pages||115|
|LC Control Number||44007400|
This book is an engaging and human view of Eddie Rickenbacker. It includes a lot of personal information, and reveals his weaker side in some regards. The narrative moves well. It was a pleasant read and made me see Rickenbacker as a human being/5(13). Eddie Rickenbacker commanded the Allied "94th Hat in the Ring" squadron. His squadron garnered great fame against the German air command in number of kills. This book is a chronology of the many aerial combats narrated by "Rick" as he was known by his fellow airmen/5(). Eddie Rickenbacker commanded the Allied "94th Hat in the Ring" squadron. His squadron garnered great fame against the German air command in number of kills. This book is a chronology of the many aerial combats narrated by "Rick" as he was known by his fellow airmen/5(). Eddie Rickenbacker's autobiography is a book that needs to be rediscovered. Published in the late 60's, it is ripe for a new audience. Told in a straightforward yet compelling manner, this autobiography has a warmth and passion that will make you disappointed to finish the book/5(77).
of 36 results for Books: Eddie Rickenbacker. Skip to main search results Amazon Prime. Eligible for Free Shipping. Captain Eddie Rickenbacker Gurney, Gene ; Friedlander | Jan 1, out of 5 stars 1. Hardcover More Buying Choices $ (3 used offers) Paperback More Buying. Eddie Rickenbacker was quickly approached by Life Magazine for the story of his incredible ordeal and survival at sea. Over the next month he wrote it and it was published in three parts in three consecutive weeks beginning on Janu Capt. Edward Rickenbacker of Columbus, Ohio, was a famous race car driver before the United States' entry into World War I. As the United States prepared to send troops to Europe, Rickenbacker was offered a position as General Pershing's chauffeur. He. The Truth: The story about the plane crash and the seagull landing on the head of Eddie Rickebacker is true, according to the autobiography of Eddie Rickenbacker. The story of the man feeding the seagulls in the eRumor came from excerpt from a book by .
“ [Eddie Rickenbacker's] life has been recounted in his own autobiographies and by many other authors, yet arguably none get the telling more right than John F. Ross in his exhaustively researched and exquisitely written biography, Enduring Courage.” ― Air & Space Magazine/5(). The Distinguished Service Cross is presented to Edward Vernon Rickenbacker, Captain (Air Service), US Army, for extraordinary heroism in action on , 4, meters over Jaulny, France. Captain Rickenbacker attacked a group of five enemy planes. After a violent battle, he shot down one plane and drove the others s/wars: World War I. Captain Eddie Rickenbacker: America’s World War I Ace of Aces He was called America’s Ace of Aces during World War I, the highest scorer of American aerial victories over the Germans. He could just as easily have been labeled the ‘luckiest man alive,’ however, since he survived — by his own count — brushes with death during his. Books by Eddie Rickenbacker. America, Wake Up! Speech Given Before American War Dads, Kansas City, Missouri, By Captain Eddie Rickenbacher.