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Review by Researcher of WW2 Newfoundland Aviation History

From Darrell Hillier, Researcher of WW2 Newfoundland Aviation History: Philip Vickers was born in Oklahoma and raised during the Great Depression. When his mother died young, Philip was left with an aunt to escape an uncaring and abusive father, whom … Continue reading

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A Tale of Survival: Review by Gary Hebbard

The full text of the review of “Surviving Victory” as originally written by Gary Hebbard follows. It was published in the “Telegram, St. John’s, Newfoundland” and you can view that version at the end of the text. Hebbard is a … Continue reading

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Philip Vickers Log Book is an Adventure in History

Barbara Vickers knew her late husband’s World War II flight log book needed to get into the hands of people who value personal history. She published Philip Vickers’ Log Book as a companion to “Surviving Victory,” the memoir about her husband’s … Continue reading

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Barbara Vickers Keeps Promise to Her WW II Pilot Husband

Christopher Fox Graham, of the Sedona Red Rock News, writes of Barbara Vickers becoming an  editor and publisher in order to fulfill a promise to her late husband Philip Vickers: getting his memoir out to the world. Read more about … Continue reading

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