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General Jimmy Doolittle (deceased) - Art prints and originals signed by General Jimmy Doolittle (deceased)

Jimmy Doolittle

Jimmy Doolittle
The signature of General Jimmy Doolittle (deceased)

27 / 9 / 1993Died : 27 / 9 / 1993

General Jimmy Doolittle (deceased)

Jimmy Doolittle was one of the great aviation heroes of the 20th Century - a man of extraordinary ability and courage, whose lifetime spanned the entire era of aviation. He became an Army pilot at 17, and after just missing WWI, took to air racing and record breaking. With a Doctorate in aeronautical sciences, Doolittle helped pioneer instrument flying and develop high octane aviation fuel. After Pearl Harbor he assembled his famous Tokyo Raiders, masterminded and led the historic mission, and won the Medal of Honour - yet for Doolittle this was only the beginning of an illustrious career in World War II. As a General he commanded the air war over Italy and North Africa, and then promoted Supreme Commander of the 8th Air Force in Europe. Jimmy Doolittle attained almost everything achievable in the world of aviation, and earned the admiration of all who served with him, and the gratitude of a nation. Died 27th September 1993.

Items Signed by General Jimmy Doolittle (deceased)

Despite poor weather and heavy seas, Lieutenant Colonel James H Jimmy Doolittle leads his sixteen B-25 Raiders off the USS Hornet and on to the first Allied bombing raid against mainland Japan.......I Could Never be So Lucky Again by William S Phillips.
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Doolittle Tokyo Raiders by Robert Taylor.
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