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Willkie wrote a book that became a bestseller about aviation books day journey called One World.

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People would go up in airplanes to get married and at least in one case a couple parachuted out to start their honeymoon. One woman in Florida took off with her husband piloting when she was in labour and her aviation books delivered her baby at 5, feet — she named the girl Aero Jean.

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Geography made some sense because the airplane seemed to be shrinking the globe. InPresident Franklin Roosevelt asked the Republican he had defeated in the election for president, Wendell Willkie, to make an around-the-world goodwill trip to show American support for beleaguered World War II allies, in India, Burma and so forth.

Willkie wrote a book that became a bestseller about his day journey called One World.



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