• Title: The Boy Scout Aviators
  • Author: George Durston
  • ISBN: 9781406826982
  • Page: 299
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Boy Scout Aviators When the commander at Ealing requests two Scouts for some unnamed service Dick and Harry are quickly selected to go But before they know it Dick and Harry soon find themselves swept into adventure
    When the commander at Ealing requests two Scouts for some unnamed service, Dick and Harry are quickly selected to go But, before they know it, Dick and Harry soon find themselves swept into adventure and intrigue As long as I can t be at home, said Harry Fleming, I d rather be here than anywhere in the world I can think of Rather said his companion, Dick MerceWhen the commander at Ealing requests two Scouts for some unnamed service, Dick and Harry are quickly selected to go But, before they know it, Dick and Harry soon find themselves swept into adventure and intrigue As long as I can t be at home, said Harry Fleming, I d rather be here than anywhere in the world I can think of Rather said his companion, Dick Mercer I say, Harry, it must be funny to be an American Harry laughed heartily I d be angry, Dick, he said, finally, if that wasn t so English and so funny Still, I suppose that s one reason you Britishers are as big an empire as you are You think it s sort of funny and a bit of a misfortune, don t you, to be anything but English

    One Reply to “The Boy Scout Aviators”

    1. Improbable but enjoyable. It might be of interest to fans of the scouts as the author certainly idolised them. I did some research after reading and found there was some historical veracity to the story, despite the literary liberties taken by the author. What a different world it was 100 years ago.

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