by Don Charles Osborne
Bailout, Don Charles Osborne’s memoir of his service in the Second World War, begins in the summer of 1944 when the war in Europe was in its fifth year, and Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich occupied the continent. The U.S. Eighth Air Force was in the second year of its assignment – “Destroy Germany’s capability and will to carry on the war.”
Shot down over Germany in October of 1944, Don spent over seven months as a POW before being liberated at the close of the European campaign.
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