Flight of Eagles

Flight of Eagles

Book - 1998
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Two brothers--one American, the other German-- fight World War II on opposite sides as pilots. They are twins who were separated when their American father died and the German mother returned home with only one. The German is ordered to impersonate the American in a plot to assassinate an American general.
Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, c1998
ISBN: 9780399143762
0399143769
Characteristics: 328 p. ; 24 cm

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RichardPaul
Nov 26, 2011

Flight of Eagles ---- by Jack Higgins c - 1998 ----
This is an excellent read that is very hard to put down. A story of twin brothers: Harry and Max. Whom ended up on opposite sides of World War Two. ---- At sixteen years of age thier mother decided to move back to Germany, taking one of the boys with her. ---- The other son stayed in the U.S. with his Grandfather. Both boys had become pilots and were learning more and more about Dogfighting! ---- Enjoy! ----RichardPaul

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