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  Phillip Thomas Tucker

Father of the Tuskegee Airmen, John C. Robinson

188 страниц. 2011 год.
Across black America, John C. Robinson was widely acclaimed as the long-awaited a??Black Lindbergha?? during the Golden Age of Aviation. His fame, which rivaled that of Joe Louis and Jesse Owens, came primarily from his wartime role as the commander of the Imperial Ethiopian Air Force after Italy invaded Ethiopia in 1935. As the only African American who served during the wara??s entirety, the Mississippi-born Robinson garnered widespread recognition, sparking an interest in aviation for young black men and women.Known as the a??Brown Condor of Ethiopia,a?? he provided a symbolic moral example to an entire generation of African Americans. While white America remained isolationist, Robinson fought on his own initiative against the march of fascism to protect Africaa??s only independent black nation. Robinsona??s wartime role in Ethiopia made him Americaa??s foremost black aviator.Robinson made other important contributions that predated the 1935a??36 Italo-Ethiopian War. After...
 
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