Zemke's Wolf Pack (vinyl buckram)


A-Z (vinyl buckram)

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. Vinyl-buckram, 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.

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