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New Acquisitions in the National Air and Space Museum Library

Cherry blossoms are not the only thing blooming in the Washington DC area. The month of April has sprouted some blooms in the National Air and Space Museum Library in the form of new book titles.

Alan Bean, Painting Apollo: First Artist on Another World by Alan BeanSmithsonian Books,Washington, DC, 2009.  ND237. B313 A4 2009 51blyg9akYL__SL500_AA300_ 

The B-45 Tornado: An Operational History of the First American Jet Bomber by John C. Fredriksen.  McFarland, Jefferson, North Carolina, 2009.  UG1242. B6 F727 2009

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Freedom Flyers: The Tuskegee Airmen of World War II by J. Todd Moye.  Oxford University Press, New York, New York, 2010.  D790. 252 332nd M69 2010

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How Did the First Stars and Galaxies Form?  by Abraham Loeb.  Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, 2010.  QB806. L632 2010

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Newark Airport (Images of Aviation) by Henry M. Holden.  Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, South Carolina, 2009.  TL726.4  N6 H65 2009

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The Politics of Space: A Survey by Eligar Sadeh.  Routledge, London, England and New York, New York, 2011.  QB500. 262 P65 2011

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Silver Wings and Leather Jackets: Rare, Unique and Unusual Artifacts of First And Second World War Allied Flyers  by Jon A. Maguire.    Schiffer Military History, Atglen, Pennsylvania, 2009

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War Wings: Films of the First Air War: A Guide to the World War I Aviation Documentary Motion Pictures Held in the U.S. National Archives by Phillip W. Stewart.    PMS Press, Crestview, Florida, 2008.  D606. S74 2008

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~Leah Smith

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