World War II

CRASH COURSE

HEN A BASTILLE DAY RAID over occupied France went terribly wrong, the men of the 94th Bomb Group found themselves stranded in enemy territory. Equipped with silk maps of France, a few tools, tattered clothes, and quick wits, they faced an uncertain future. Stephen Harding’s a real-life crash course in near-misses, wartime

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