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By Michelle Ann Kratts

ISBN-10: 1467137375

ISBN-13: 9781467137379

ISBN-10: 154020104X

ISBN-13: 9781540201041

Niagara Falls, either a typical ask yourself and a vacationer vacation spot, performed a favorite function at the homefront in the course of the moment international warfare. Many women and men labored diligently stateside in wartime commercial crops. one of many area�s greatest employers, Bell airplane, produced P-39 Airacobras and P-63 Kingcobra fighter planes. the corporate additionally contributed to greater than thirty thousand plane for the US and its Allies. different citizens, together with Mayor Edward W. Mirrington Jr., have been referred to as to serve. via quite a few own interviews, pictures and wartime recipes, writer and native historian Michelle Ann Kratts honors the area warfare II efforts of locals either at domestic and abroad.

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