Experts revisit Bell Bomber Plant

MDJ Editorial Page Editor Joe Kirby and KSU history Professor Emeritus Tom Scott spent two hours…

Georgia (Feb 25, 2013)

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Kennesaw State history Professor Tom Scott talks about the Bell Aircraft Company plant at KSU’s Sturgis Library.


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