Unfortunate Mishaps in Aviation History

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This mini contains two stories of foolhardiness resulting in disaster at the dawn of that ground-breaking technology, aviation.

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First, the tale of Franz Reichelt, the tailor who invented a parachute suit and daringly tested it by leaping from the first deck of the Eiffel Tower himself! Then, an account of the daring journey of S. A. Andrée, a Swedish balloonist who attempted to be the first to reach the North Pole in 1897 by flying over it in a hydrogen balloon (spoiler alert: he didn't make it!).

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Author Emi Gennis
Publisher self-published
Page Count 12pp
Publication Size 5.5 x 8.5
Publication Notes saddle-stitched, b/w
Publication Date 2012
ISBN n/a

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