Charles Dawson Booker

Major Charles Dawson Booker DSC (sometimes hyphenated into Dawson-Booker) (21 April 1897 – 13 August 1918) was a World War I fighter ace credited with 29 victories. He was promoted to high rank while relatively young as a result of his gallantry and unswerving dedication to his country.

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Charles Dawson Booker - Citation
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Charles Dawson - Criticism
... Since then a number of Dawson's other finds have also been proven to be fakes or planted. 2003, Dr Miles Russell of Bournemouth University published the results of his investigation into Dawson's antiquarian collection and concluded that at least 38 specimens were ... Russell has noted that Dawson’s whole academic career appears to have been "one built upon deceit, sleight of hand, fraud and deception, the ultimate gain being ...
Dawson Farm
... Dawson Farm is a historic property with two homes located at Rockville, Montgomery County, Maryland ... The property contains two dwellings the 1874, 2 1⁄2-story, frame Dawson Farmhouse and a large 2 1⁄2-story hip-roofed frame house dating to 1912 ...