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Robert A. Lovett and the Development of American Air Power.


Robert A. Lovett and the Development of American Air Power

David M. Jordan



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Jordan, a retired attorney and author of books on the Civil War, political events, and baseball, offers a biography of government official Robert Lovett (1895-1986). Lovett was an international banker and naval aviator in World War I, developed the Army Air Force in World War II, served in the State Department and was involved in the creation of the Marshall Plan and NATO, worked in the Defense Department during the Korean War, served as a consultant to Dwight Eisenhower, and counseled John F. Kennedy during the Cuban Missile Crisis. (Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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