Inside the Space Race: A Space Surgeon's Diary
BookPros, LLC, 2006 - 424 pages
[i]Inside the Space Race[/i] is a well documented personal account of one of the most important periods in American history - when the nation was in grave danger of a nuclear attack from space. The author gives an inside look at events, personalities and clashes among individuals who developed the program that enabled the United States to beat the Soviets and send astronauts to the moon.
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