Tail End Charlie-In Ole #605 by Richard Wentworth Moulton

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When 17-year-old Richard Moulton joined the Army Air Corps in 1943, he little dreamed of the yearlong, life-and-death drama he would endure. Shot down over Slovakia, he was imprisoned, released and finally hidden in a cave with six other Americans. Recaptured by the Germans, subjected to torture by the Gestapo, who claimed he was a Russian spy, he was finally liberated by General Patton’s 3rd Army.

The story of Moulton’s return to Slovakia more than a half-century later is a touching tribute to the hospitality, kindness and courage of the many Slovakians who fed him and hid him from the Nazis, always at the risk of their own lives.

About Richard Wentworth Moulton

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Richard W. Moulton was awarded four Purple Hearts and the Air Medal.  He gave an extensive deposition to be used at the Nurnburg trials.
Published October 25, 2002 by Xlibris. 108 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, War, Literature & Fiction, History. Non-fiction

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