’SAINT-EX’: WORDS AND WINGS

AERIAL RECCE ANTOINE DE SAINT-EXUPÉRY

FAMOUS GLOBALLY FOR HIS CHILDREN’S BOOK ‘THE LITTLE PRINCE’, FRENCH AVIATOR ANTOINE DE SAINT-EXUPÉRY FLEW CAMERA-EQUIPPED F-5 LIGHTNINGS DURING WORLD WAR TWO. MALCOLM V LOWE TELLS THE STORY OF THIS UNIQUE WRITER AND AVIATOR

’The Little Prince’ is Saint-Exupery’s most famous work and 76 years later is the world’s fifth best-selling literary tale of all time.

The mysterious disappearance of Antoine de Saint-Exupery during World War Two has fascinated the literary and aviation worlds alike.

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