The Secret Mission to Snatch the Man Who Put Adolph Hitler into Power.
I sent a pre-publication copy out for some input. Here are some results:
“We found the narrative compelling” Julie Huggins, Assistant Editor, Smithsonian Books.
From: Dave Williams
To: Marcus A. Nannini
Subject: Midnight Flight to Nuremberg
“WOW! I don’t know what else to say. All through this book it felt like I was right there with Harry. It was amazing. Another home run. I Can’t wait for the next book!” Dave Williams
Born into a multi-generational coal mining company, young Harry proved to be a risk-taker at a young age. When he turned 18 the lure of a poster from the United States Army Air Corps proved too much to resist. Before he was 20, he’d be the youngest flight instructor on the base with an already proven record of taking risks when necessary and for being a uniquely qualified pilot.
It took him exactly one mission to demonstrate his bravery, piloting, navigational skills, and having a knack for knowing when taking a chance was warranted. Thereafter, whenever a pilot was needed for a mission probing deep into the enemy lines, Harry was the man they called on
You’ll find yourself in Harry’s shoes and experiencing the same chills he did. This is not your run-of-the-mill World War II Pilot story.
Table of Contents
- Courtney, Pennsylvania
- Growing Up
- “You’re in the Army Air Corps Now”
- Aviation Cadet Class 43E
- Basic Pilot Training
- Advanced Pilot Training
- Bergstrom Army Airfield
- The Northern Route
- Greenham Common, England
- Blood Run To Orly
- Fueling Patton’s Tanks
- Operation Market Garden
- Battle of the Bulge
- Emergency Evacuation
- A Second Market Garden
- Midnight Flight to Nuremberg
- Who was Franz Von Pappen?
- Victory in Europe
- The Post War Years
- Harry’s “Last Flight West”
- Letters to Junie, Danny and God
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