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MAJOR GEORGE T. CHANDLER - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 01/14/2004 - HFSID 321228

GEORGE T. CHANDLER The World War II pilot writes a letter detailing his opinions on war: "If students could examine the different wars in history and try to reach a consensus on why the wars got started and what

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GEORGE T. CHANDLER
The World War II pilot writes a letter detailing his opinions on war: "If students could examine the different wars in history and try to reach a consensus on why the wars got started and what were the objectives of the combatants and how the outcome of the war affected, both the defeated and the victorious peoples, it would give them more insight on wars"
Typed letter signed: "George Chandler", in blue ink, 2 pages, 8½x11. January 14, 2004. Pratt, Kansas. In part: "Friend Lori McCraw: Here are some of my observations and thoughts about wars. Essentially, war is a way of settling disputes. Usually, wars that come between nations come as the result of failed negotiations. Wars are a part of history as far back as any records have been kept. If students could examine the different wars in history and try to reach a consensus on why the wars got started and what were the objectives of the combatants and how the outcome of the war affected, both the defeated and the victorious peoples, it would give them more insight on wars". Army Air Force pilot George T. Chandler (1921-2010) downed five Japanese planes in World War II, earning ace status. Chandler flew the same P-38 aircraft in which Rex Barber had previously shot down Japanese Admiral (and Pearl Harbor planner) Yamamoto, and later led the successful fight to award Barber full credit for downing Yamamoto. Light surface creases. Slightly toned. Fine condition.

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