NEWSPAPERS.

The Birmingham News.

- 1er Août 1943: French Cadets Find "Le Paradis" As They "Cheeck" In At Tuscaloosa.

TUSCALOOSA NEWS.

- 11 Juillet 1943: "French Cadets Training Here" (p2).

- 14 Juillet 1943: "French Cadets To Be Honored" (p3).

DODGE CITY DAILY GLOBE.

- 22 Février 1944: "Free French Train Here".

- 31 Mars 1944: "French Fliers Land a B-26, On A Steer, And Save Crew".

- 13 Juillet 1944: "French Fliers To Celebrate".

 

PROP WASH.

PROP WASH - 15.02.1945 - Number 2. PROP WASH - 15.03.1945 - Number 3. PROP WASH - 15.04.1945 - Number 4. PROP WASH - 15.05.1945 - Number 6. PROP WASH - 15.06.1945 - Number 7.

- 15 Février 1945: Mail Call for French Cadets at Hawthorne.

- 15 Mars 1945: New Club Opened for French Cadets. First Day for a new Class at Field. Growing Every Day.

- 15 Avril 1945: Interviews of French Students Recorded Ford Overseas Broadcasts to France.

- 15 Mai 1945: Hawthorne Field to Close August 4th. Head of French Training Visits.

- 15 Juin 1945: French Training to Continue 'til October.

 

MOUNT CLEMENS : The DAILY Monitor - LEADER.

- 20 Mars 1945: "Free French to Train at Selfridge" (p1, col 7).

- 3 Avril 1945: "Colorful Soldiers of France Heads Selfridge Groups" (p7, Col 3).

- 20 Juillet 1945: "Pilot Dies in a Mid-Air Collision" (p1, col 1)

- 2 Août 1945: "Fear All Dead in Plunge of Selfridge Ship" (p1). Fatal blast Probed by Military Board (p4).

- 28 Août 1945: "De Gaulle Visits Selfridge" (p1, Col 1).

- 19 Février 1946: "French Troops Leave Air Base" (p1).

DETROIT TIMES.

- 28 Août 1945: "De Gaulle at SelfridgeMeets French Fliers".

Divers.

- French Fliers at Selfridge Take American in Stride.

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