Yeah, it exists, you just don't experience it every day.@rnjennison
wrote a blog post few months back about one such event.
His post was just a link to an audio clip, about 12 minutes long.
It is his description that caught my attention:
"A new nonfiction book by Stephen Frater unearths a twisting tale about a B-17 bomber pilot of German descent who flew for the U.S. in World War II, the co-pilot under secret orders from the FBI to kill him, and the lasting friendship they shared despite all the intrigue. Frater spoke with AVweb's Mary Grady about how he tracked down the story."
Click here to hear the to hear audio podcast
I showed the podcast to my dad and to my brother, because we like to hear about stories like these - shortly after I read the post and they liked the podcast but wanted to know more about this event that took place so long ago.
My birthday was almost a month ago, and my dad bought me this book.
Well, the book is very interesting, but if you are expecting a James Bond kinda book, I won't suggest this book to read. But, if you are a history junkie you will love this book. If you are interested in untold stories that are being told for the first time - you will love this book. This is the type of book that will bring tears to men's eyes.
The book is an actual history account, a document that documents a lot of events that happened while bombardment of Nazis was taking place.
You will hear tragic and sad stories, and you will also hear those of bravery and patriotism as well as those of friendship and brotherhood.