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Amelia Earhart

Author: Mike Campbell
Publisher: Sunbury Press, Incorporated
ISBN: 9781620066683
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Nearly everything the American public has seen, read and heard in the media for nearly eighty years about the so-called Amelia Earhart mystery is intentionally false or inadvertently misleading. The widely accepted myth that the disappearance of Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan during their ill-fated world-flight attempt in July 1937 is among the greatest aviation mysteries of the 20th century is an abject lie, the result of decades of government propaganda that continues unabated to this day. This second edition of "Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last" adds two chapters, a new foreword, rarely seen photos, and the most recent discoveries and analysis to the mountain of overwhelming witness testimony and documentation presented in the first edition of "Truth at Last." The result is the most compelling, comprehensive presentation of the indisputable facts that reveal the stark truth about the Marshall Islands and Saipan presence and deaths of Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan - a tragic story that American's ruling class still doesn't want the public to know, for reasons revealed in "Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last." "Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last" dismantles and debunks the popular theories that Amelia Earhart's Electra crashed and sank off Howland Island on July 2, 1937, or landed at Gardner Island, now Nikumaroro, where the suddenly helpless fliers died of starvation on an island teeming with food sources. "The Truth at Last" presents many remarkable new findings, eyewitness accounts and never published revelations from unimpeachable sources including three famous U.S. flag officers and iconic newsman and Earhart researcher Fred Goerner's files that reveal the truth about Amelia's death on Saipan, as well as the sacred cow status of this matter within the U.S. government and media establishment. "The Truth at Last" answers the big questions about the disappearance of Amelia Earhart, leaves no doubt about what happened to the doomed fliers, and is destined to take its rightful place as the definitive Earhart work.

Amelia Earhart Betrayed

Author: Robert Wheeler
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780985718305
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This dramatic controversial novel is not your typical Amelia Earhart biography or dry report. Two expert pilots ask pivotal questions and provide valuable pieces to the 75 year old puzzle about Earhart's mysterious dissappearance. Were they on a secret mission to photograph Japanese installations? Who kidnapped them? Was FDR part of the government cover-up that continues to this day?

Amelia Lost The Life And Disappearance Of Amelia Earhart

Author: Candace Fleming
Publisher: Schwartz & Wade
ISBN: 0307980219
Size: 18.55 MB
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From the acclaimed author of The Great and Only Barnum—as well as The Lincolns, Our Eleanor, and Ben Franklin's Almanac—comes the thrilling story of America's most celebrated flyer, Amelia Earhart. In alternating chapters, Fleming deftly moves readers back and forth between Amelia's life (from childhood up until her last flight) and the exhaustive search for her and her missing plane. With incredible photos, maps, and handwritten notes from Amelia herself—plus informative sidebars tackling everything from the history of flight to what Amelia liked to eat while flying (tomato soup)—this unique nonfiction title is tailor-made for middle graders. Amelia Lost received four starred reviews and Best Book of the Year accolades from School Library Journal, Kirkus Reviews, Horn Book Magazine, the Washington Post, and the New York Times. From the Hardcover edition.

Lost Star

Author: Randall Brink
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 9780393313116
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Drawing on eyewitness accounts and research into military and government files, the author details the circumstances surrounding Earhart's final flight, arguing that the government used the flight as an espionage mission, and reveals Earhart's ultimate fate. 25,000 first printing.

Amelia Earhart

Author: Marie K. Long
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743202171
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When Amelia Earhart disappeared on July 2, 1937, she was flying the longest leg of her around-the-world flight and was only days away from completing her journey. Her plane was never found, and for more than sixty years rumors have persisted about what happened to her. Now, with the recent discovery of long-lost radio messages from Earhart's final flight, we can say with confidence that she ran out of gas just short of her destination of Howland Island in the Pacific Ocean. From the beginning of her flight, a series of tragic circumstances all but doomed her and her navigator, Fred Noonan. Authors Elgen M. and Marie K. Long spent more than twenty-five years researching the mystery surrounding Earhart's final flight before finally determining what happened. They traveled over one hundred thousand miles to interview more than one hundred people who knew some part of the Earhart story. They draw on authoritative sources to take us inside the cockpit of the Electra plane that Earhart flew and recreate the final flight itself. Because Elgen Long began his own flying career not long after Earhart's disappearance, he can describe the equipment and conditions of the time with a vivid first-hand accuracy. As a result, this book brings to life the primitive conditions under which Earhart flew, in an era before radar, with unreliable communications, grass landing strips, and poorly mapped islands. Amelia Earhart: The Mystery Solved does more than just answer the question, What happened to Amelia Earhart? It reminds us how daring early aviators such as Earhart were as they risked their lives to push the technology of the day to its limits -- and beyond.

Eyewitness

Author: Thomas E. Devine
Publisher: American Traveler Press
ISBN: 9780939650484
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Devine presents the most comprehensive collection of research done to date on the great aviation mystery. He believes he witnessed the burning of Earhart's Electra on Saipan in 1944, torched apparently on order of the US Secretary of the Navy.

Finding Amelia

Author: Ric Gillespie
Publisher: Naval Institute Press
ISBN: 1612510299
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In the seventy years since the disappearance of Amelia Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan during a flight over the Central Pacific, their fate has remained one of history’s most debated mysteries. Dozens of books have offered a variety of solutions to the puzzle, but they all draw on the same handful of documents and conflicting eyewitness accounts. Now a wealth of new information uncovered by the International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR) allows this book to offer the first fully documented history of what happened. Scrupulously accurate and thrilling to read, it tells the story from the letters, logs, and telegrams that recorded events as they unfolded. Many long-accepted facts are revealed as myths. Author Ric Gillespie, TIGHAR’s executive director, draws on the work of his organization’s historians, archæologists, and scientists, who compiled and analyzed more than five thousand documents relating to the Earhart case. Their research led to the hypothesis that Earhart and Noonan died as castaways on a remote Pacific atoll. But this book is not a polemic that argues for a particular theory. Rather, it presents all of the authenticated historical dots and leaves it to the reader to make the connections. In addition to details about the Earhart’s career and final flight, the book examines her relationship with the U.S. government and the massive search undertaken by the U.S. Coast Guard and Navy.

Amelia Earhart

Author: W. C. Jameson
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1589799917
Size: 48.66 MB
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This well-researched book is a biography of the life—and disappearance—of Amelia Earhart, the pioneering aviator who was the first woman to fly solo over the Atlantic in 1928. But did Amelia’s plane really crash and sink in 1937, or was her fate entirely different?

Last Flight

Author: Amelia Earhart
Publisher: Crown
ISBN: 0307715930
Size: 76.11 MB
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Earhart's account of her ill-fated last flight around the world, begun in 1937, remains one of the most moving and absorbing adventure stories of all time. Compiled here are dispatches, letters, diary entries and charts she sent to her husband at each stage of her trip.