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Sergeant Bert Hall belonged to an elite brotherhood; he was a founded member of the Lafayette Escadrille which fought in the colours of France during the First World War. Highly decorated individually and as a unit; Hall flew alongside the first American aviators such as Kiffin Rockwell, John Thaw, Victor Chapman and Raoul Lufbery.
His first autobiography is gritty and adventure filled; recording his time spent in the French Foreign Legion and in the Trenches before his transfer to flying duties with the Lafayette squadron.
Author — Sergeant Hall, Bert, 1886-1948.
Text taken, whole and complete, from the edition published in New York, N.Y., The new library, inc. 1918
Original Page Count – 153 pages.
Illustrations — 10 Illustrations.