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Climbing Higher - new WW1 aviation blog

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Hello everyone! 

As you all know, WW1 aviation has long fascinated me. I believe the story of WW1 (and even more specifically, WW1 aviators) tends to be overshadowed by WW2 and doesn't get as much press as it deserves. I also enjoy reading/writing and now that I no longer have to write college papers (woo hoo! 😁), I occasionally get the itch to research something and write about it.

That being the case, I present to you, "Climbing Higher" - my personal blog on all things WW1 aviation! Every so often, when I have the inclination and free time, I'll be posting articles about WW1 aviation to my personal blog (linked below):

https://rookieace.wixsite.com/climbinghigher

My first post is a book review of a rarer WW1 aviation memoir: "A German Airman Remembers" by Hans Schröder. To see my thoughts on this unique read, just click on the link below!

https://rookieace.wixsite.com/climbinghigher/post/a-german-airman-remembers-book-review

Subsequent posts:

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Looking forward to this Cole! (since it's a scholarly effort, I thought it appropriate to address you by your given name).

BTW... we used to do this in grad school... I had no idea that is was such an old tradition...

Then when the victim bent his head back to receive the coin, all the conspirators poured the contents of beer and wine bottles into the funnel."

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Evening, guys! In my latest blog post, I explore why most pilots during WW1 flew without the luxury of a parachute. To read more, just click on the link below:

https://rookieace.wixsite.com/climbinghigher/post/do-or-die-no-parachute-high-in-the-sky 

 

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