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George Bush In World War II: A Short Bibliography

Alcorn, Mike. "Naval Museum Displays Plane Once Flown by President Bush." Gosport Spotlight (26 June 1992): 3.

"A Boy Goes to War: Fifty Years Ago WWII Began. Probably the Last U.S. President to Fight In It Looks Back." Life 12, No.l0 (Sep.1989): 70-72, 74-76.

Cagle, M.W. "George Bush, Naval Aviator." Air Power History 37, no. 1 (Spring 1990): 9-18.

Christman, Timothy J. "Vice President Bush Calls WW II Experience Sobering." Naval Aviation News 67 (Mar.-Apr. 1985): 12-15.

Furgurson, Ernest B. "Bush, Once Navy's Youngest Pilot, Reminisces on Service During War II." Navy Times 35, no.4 (11 Nov. 1985): 6, 29, 34, 85.

"Bush's War". Washingtonian 20, no.11 (Aug. 1985): 132-35, 166-67.

Hyams, Joe. Flight of the Avenger: George Bush at War. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1991. Note: This book contains an acknowledgement section, but no formal bibliography.

Mazzarella, Daniel A., " History Rode a Trenton-Made Parachute: Lt. Bush Bailed Out of a Burning Plane 45 Years Ago." Trenton NJ Times (3 Sep. 1989): BB6ff.

Stinnett, Robert B., George Bush: His World War II Years. Missoula MT: Pictorial Histories Publishing, 1991. Note: Footnoted, with an extensive bibliography of published books and archival materials relating to the USS San Jacinto and Air Group 51.

10 April 2001