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DUTY : A Father, His Son, and the Man Who Won the War (Paul Tibbets, pilot of Enola Gay)

By: Greene, Bob

Price: $11.25

Publisher: Morrow New York 2000: 2000

Edition: First American Edition

Seller ID: 000002I

ISBN: 0380978490

Condition: Fine


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Duty: A Father, His Son and the Man Who Won the War

By: Greene, Bob

Price: $11.25

Publisher: Dresden, Tennessee, U.S.A., Avon Books: 2000

Seller ID: 045316

ISBN: 0-380-97849-0

Condition: New


When Bob Greene went home to central Ohio to be with his dying father, it set off a chain of events that led him to knowing his dad in a way he never had before--thanks to a quiet man who lived just a few miles away, a man who had changed the history of the world.Greene's father--a soldier with an infantry division in World War II--often spoke of seeing the man around town. All but anonymous even in his own city, carefully maintaining his privacy, this man, Greene's father would point out to him, had "won the war." He was Paul Tibbets. At the age of twenty-nine, at the request of his cou... View more info

Image for Duty: A Father, His Son and the Man Who Won the War

Duty: A Father, His Son and the Man Who Won the War

By: Greene, Bob

Price: $11.25

Publisher: Dresden, Tennessee, U.S.A., Avon Books: 2000

Seller ID: 000002

ISBN: 0-380-97849-0

Condition: New


When Bob Greene went home to central Ohio to be with his dying father, it set off a chain of events that led him to knowing his dad in a way he never had before--thanks to a quiet man who lived just a few miles away, a man who had changed the history of the world.Greene's father--a soldier with an infantry division in World War II--often spoke of seeing the man around town. All but anonymous even in his own city, carefully maintaining his privacy, this man, Greene's father would point out to him, had "won the war." He was Paul Tibbets. At the age of twenty-nine, at the request of his cou... View more info