Military (25-Jun-1886 15-Jan-1950)
SUBJECT OF BOOKS
Hap Arnold. Global Mission. Harper. 1949. 626pp.
Thomas M. Coffey. Hap: The Story of the U S Air Force and the Man Who Built It. New York, New York: Viking Press. 1982. 416pp.
Dik Alan Daso. Hap Arnold and the Evolution of American Airpower. Smithsonion Institution Press. 2000.
Dik Alan Daso. Architects of American Air Supremacy: Gen. Hap Arnold and Dr. Theodore Von Karman. Maxwell AFB, Alabama: Air University Press. 1997.
Flint O. Dupre. Hap Arnold: Architect of American Air Power. Macmillan. 1972. 144pp.
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- The Biographical Dictionary of World War II (p.14)
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- International Dictionary of 20th Century Biography (p.27)
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