Flight of Remembrance: book review


February 25, 2016

3 thoughts on “Flight of Remembrance: book review

  1. This sounds like a great read. I enjoy stories when they are told from the “other” side that is thought of as the bad guys. I love “Gone With the Wind” for this reason because we finally hear the perspective of the South. There is a film called the “Pianist” in which the most memorable scene for me was when a high-ranking German officer kindly asked the Jewish pianist to play him a song. I believe I would enjoy this book.

  2. I thought it was a fascinating read about a side of WWII that I hadn’t yet read about. There was so much detail, and the snapshots and memorabilia add interesting texture and background. I probably wouldn’t have found this book if I hadn’t found your review for it; I’m grateful to bloggers like you who reviewed the books that don’t get wide releases.

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