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Henry H. Arnold (1886–1950)

Henry H. Arnold was born on June 25, 1886 in Gladwyne, Pennsylvania, USA as Henry Harley Arnold. He is known for his work on Combat America (1943), Army Air Forces - Pacific (1945) and The United States Army Air Force Band (1942). He was married to Eleanor Alexander Pool. He died on January 15, 1950 in Sonoma, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Combat America Self - Commander, U.S. Army Air Forces
Target Tokyo Self / Commanding General, U.S. Army Air Forces


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 1927 Wings (technical consultant - uncredited)
 1912 The Aviator and the Autoist Race for a Bride (Short) (technical consultant - uncredited)
 1912 An Aviator's Success (Short) (technical consultant - uncredited)
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Other Works:

Article (as Gen. H.H. Arnold, Commanding General, U.S. Army Air Force), "Enemy's Heart Bled White," Published in "Skyways (USA)," March 1944, Volume 3 No. 3, Pages 26-29, 76, 80. See more »

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3 Print Biographies | 5 Portrayals | 3 Articles | See more »

Alternate Names:

'Hap' Arnold | General 'Hap' Arnold | H.H. Arnold | Hap Arnold | Henry Harley Arnold | Lt. General H.H. Arnold


Eleanor Alexander Pool  (his death)  (5 children)

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