Monthly Archives: November 2014

ESCAPE FROM THE DEEP – AN EXTRACT

The Tang was soon moving away at full speed, around 23 knots, partially hidden by a cloud of exhaust fumes. Other captains might now have plotted a new course and not looked back. Not Dick O’Kane. At 10,000 yards from … Continue reading

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THE LONGEST WINTER – AN EXCERPT

The platoon again opened fire as the Germans got to the fence. This time, it was Private First Class Milosevich who let rip with the .50-caliber jeep-mounted machine gun. The armor-piercing bullets, employed by rear gunners on B-17s to bring … Continue reading

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THE ENVOY – AN EXCERPT

A RIGHTEOUS MAN An excerpt from my book The Envoy about Raoul Wallenberg’s rescue of thousands of Jews in Budapest in late 1944 …The winter night was bitterly cold. Soon, Alice and Erwin and the others found themselves at the … Continue reading

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