IF I REMEMBER CORRECTLY
Recollections of growing up during the Great Depression, flying in World War 2 and graduating from college on the GI Bill.
by Clark L. Robinson
About the Book
IF I REMEMBER CORRECTLY...one persons recollections of growing up during The Great Depression, what college was like before and after the GI Bill and how he learned to fly. It recounts adventures including being lost near the North Pole, getting getting shot down on the famous Varsity Haul and earning the Distinguished Flying Cross for leading his Group against the German Luftwaffe fighters of the Sonderkommando "ELBE" .
Features & Details
- Category History
Standard Portrait, 7.75×9.75 in, 20×25 cm
- Publish Date Jan 02, 2012
- Tags US History, The Army Air Corps, World War two, 565th Bomber Squadron, 389th Bomber Group, Second Air Division, Eighth Air Force, Varsity Haul, Sonderkommmando Elbe, Jimmy Stewart, History of Ohio., B-24, B-17
About the Author: Clark Robinson began a career in advertising after graduating from Ohio's Miami University. He was twice elected President of the Cleveland Art Directors Club, was the first VP of the National Society of Art Directors, and a member of the New York Art Directors Club. His work, which won more than sixty industry Awards, was featured in international publications. He was listed in Who's' Who in America and after years as VP/Creative Director of several agencies in New York City, formed his own agency, Robinson, Donino & West (RDW). In a 48-year career he created print and TV advertising, logotypes and packaging for a host of well-known companies. This is his first book.