When the U.S. entered the Second World War, Hub Zemke was a young Army fighter pilot teaching the Russian Allies to fly the Curtiss P-40 fighter. A year later he was sailing for Britain as commander of an entire fighter group --- the first group trained on the P-47 Thunderbolt to enter a theater of war. The story of Hub Zemke and the elite 56th Fighter Group over WWII Europe. Leather foil stamped limited edition with special end papers duplicating unit patches. Signed in ink by Four Aces: Zemke, 56th FG; J. Johnson, 61st FS; Quirk, 62nd FS; and Mahurin, 63rd FS.