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Lt. Bill Farrow : Doolittle raider / John Chandler Griffin ; [foreword by Charles Duke].

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  • 10 copies at SC LENDS.

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Beaufort - Bluffton Branch B FARROW (Text) 0530010332118 Adult Biography Available -
Chesterfield - Matheson Memorial 940.54 GRI (Text) 30493100262766 Adult NonFiction Available -
Florence - Main Library 940.54 G (Text) 33172004319818 Adult South Carolina Reference Available -
Florence - Main Library 940.54 G (Text) 33172004319933 Adult South Carolina Reference Available -
Florence - Main Library 940.54 Griffin (Text) 33172004314462 Adult Non-fiction Available -
Florence - Main Library 940.54 Griffin (Text) 33172004326953 Adult Biography Available -
Harvin-Clarendon - Library SC 92 Gr (Text) 208091000425714 Adult South Carolina Non-Fiction Available -
Lancaster - Lancaster Branch C B FARROW (Text) 30553101889360 Adult Caroliniana Biography Available -
South Carolina State Library B F2465G (Text) 0010103152707 SC Collection Non-Circulating -
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Record details

  • ISBN: 9781589804227 (hc)
  • Physical Description: 269 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Publisher: Gretna, La. : Pelican Pub., 2006.

Content descriptions

General Note: Includes index.
Summary, etc.: This is a gripping account of the American secret mission designed to boost morale during the darkest days of World War II and the valiant American who helped make it possible. William G. Farrow, a twenty-four-year-old South Carolina pilot, was no different than most patriotic young men of his time: he was fighting to keep America free, regardless of personal risk. His voluntary role in the Doolittle Raid on Tokyo was to bomb the Mitsubishi aircraft factory, but Farrow was captured when his plane ran out of gas and went down. He was executed six months later in a Shanghai cemetery. In the final hours leading to the Doolittle Raider's execution at the hands of the Japanese on October 15, 1942, Lt. Bill Farrow prepared to die the way he lived, as a witness to God and His will. He was posthumously awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for his role in this raid. Dr. John Chandler Griffin acquaints us with the influential people who had a hand in shaping his lofty values and the events that led to his enlistment and final mission.
Subject: Farrow, William Glover, 1918-1942.
World War, 1939-1945 > Prisoners and prisons, Japanese.
World War, 1939-1945 > Aerial operations, American.
World War, 1939-1945 > Campaigns > Pacific Area.
Prisoners of war > United States > Biography.
Prisoners of war > Japan > Biography.
Air pilots, Military > United States > Biography.
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