DeLand, Fl – Mar 5th, 2018 – This book honors the Tuskegee Airmen known as the “Red Tails” who never lost escorted bombers. Read a stunning diary of a fighter pilot who overcame segregation in the United States and Europe.
It provides an exciting account of the African American Fighter Pilots, Tuskegee Airmen, who despite discrimination and a segregated military fought with distinction and who never lost a bomber they escorted during World War II. The author’s favorite quotes are:
“Telling one’s history avoids being nameless and faceless.” – Dr. Carter G. Woodson
“You can fight, bleed, and die, but you can’t eat here.” – Lt. Col. Hiram E. Mann
“History, despite its wrenching pain cannot be unlived, and if faced with courage need not be lived again.” – Maya Angelou
This book is filled with a lot of imaginative illustrations written in well-structured and simple English. It is guaranteed to wow its readers and keep them on the edge of their seats in agitation as they pace through from page to page.
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About the author
Dr. Coggins, a native Guyanese whose life work on race relations, prejudice reduction and cultural competence has involved working at several Universities where he taught and developed programs to educate students about African and Caribbean history and culture.
TITLE: Tuskegee Airmen WWII Fighter Pilots: The Story of an Original Tuskegee Pilot, Lt. Col. Hiram E. Mann.
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