ESCAPE FROM HITLER'S EUROPE: An American Airman Behind Enemy Lines
November 1943: American flyer George Watt parachutes out of his burning warplane and lands in rural Nazi-occupied Belgium. This is the incredible story of his getaway, how villagers spirited him to Brussels to connect with the Comet Line, a rescue arm of the Belgian resistance. 16 pages of photos.
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