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This collection contains a journal and written correspondences from Capt. Romney W. Masters, USAAF to his family during the Second World War. Capt. Masters served with the First American Volunteer Group "Flying Tigers."
Captain Romney Wolfe Masters, United States Army Air Force (b. 1915) was born in Berkeley, California to parents Romney Spencer Masters and Elizabeth Wolfe Masters. He graduated from University of California, Berkeley with a degree in civil engineering. Masters joined General Chennault's volunteer group, the Flying Tigers, to protect the airspace over China. During his travels, Masters visited many countries across Asia and Africa, including China, India, Vietnam, Nigeria, Liberia, and Egypt.
.08 Linear feet (1 folder)
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