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Vendor: Dutton Caliber
Publication Date: 2016
Bronx-born top turret-gunner Arthur Meyerowitz was one of only two crewmen who escaped death or immediate capture on the ground, when their plane was shot down near Cognac, France, in 1943.
After fleeing the wreck, Arthur knocked on the door of an isolated farmhouse, whose owners hastily took him in. Fortunately, his hosts had a tight connection to the French resistance group Morhange and its founder, Marcel Taillandier, who arranged for Arthurs transfers among safe houses in southern France, shielding him from the Gestapo.
Based on recently declassified material, exclusive personal interviews, and extensive research into the French Resistance, The Lost Airman tells the tense and riveting story of Arthurs hair-raising journey to freedoma true story of endurance, perseverance, and escape during World War II.
INCLUDES PHOTOGRAPHS AND MAP
Seth Meyerowitz, the grandson of U.S. Air Force Staff Sergeant Arthur Meyerowitz, is a web entrepreneur and the president of a global online marketing company. After traveling the United States speaking on behalf of Google for its Get Your Business Online program, his web and marketing savvy allowed him to unearth the declassified saga of his grandfather.
Peter F. Stevens is an editor, journalist, and author of eleven books.
"The Lost Airman tells the suspenseful story of a truly remarkable American, shot down over enemy occupied territory in World War II, who amazingly managed to stay a step ahead of the Nazis for over six months and get back home. A terrific, thrilling tale you wont want to miss."Alex Kershaw, New York Times bestselling author of Avenue of Spies and The Liberator
"A deeply researched, finely wrought gem. The story of Staff Sergeant Arthur Meyerowitzs harrowing struggle to escape from Nazi-infested France across the snow-bound Pyrenees to Spain will haunt you long after youve put this riveting book down. The courage, quick wits, and sheer guts displayed by Meyerowitz and the men and women of the French Resistance who gambled their lives to help him are simply extraordinary."Jack Cheevers, author of Act of War, Winner of the Samuel Eliot Morison Award for Naval Literature
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