From Treaty Of Versailles to Soaring The Friendly Skies- Peaches Wallace

January 26, 1930 Peaches Wallace qualified for her third class glider license. By June she would hold first, second, and third class licenses and form the Ann Lindbergh Gliding Club in San Diego, California. After WWI the popularity of soaring spread to the US from Germany, where flying powered aircraft was prohibited by the Treaty of Versailles.