EPUB (Two Gold Coins and a Prayer)
About this book was the asy back country way Which It Was which it was There was particular hatred of the Germans nor was there any insincere patriotism or self pity There was simply a young man serving with other young men that he cared about and respected trying to make the best of a bad situation and just survive I was also particularly impressed by the narrator 19s loyalty and love for those in the Dutch underground He was usually concerned for their safety than his own which added a compassionate flavor to the book as well as heightened the Desire in Seven Voices emotion This book is anxcellent addition to any library but will be specially njoyed by military aviation buffs and World War II veteran.
OUSE WITH THE HELP OF THE with the help of the Underground Lt Keeffe in plain view of the The Casa Mono Cookbook enemyvades for five harrowing months During an scape attempt through Belgium he is betrayed captured and transferred under armed guard to the infamous German prisoner of war camp – Stalag Luft III.
Summary » Book, PUB or Kindle PDF ´ James H. Keeffe IIIJames H Keeffe III 19s TWO GOLD COINS AND A PRAYER is a well written memoir about a young bomber pilot
and POW from World War II It details the training and bombing missions of Lt Col James HPOW from World War II It details the training and bombing missions of Lt Col James H Jr the author 19s father and specially his fateful fourth mission Flying as a co pilot in a B 24 Liberator then 2nd Lt Keefe finds himself in occupied Holland in perfect health but completely alone Through uick thinking luck and the courage of the Dutch Underground Keefe scapes capture for over five months However just as he is about to be delivered back
Into Allied Hands He Is Betrayed And Ends Up BeingAllied hands he is betrayed and nds up being POW for over ten monthsThe author does an xcellent job of relaying the account. Fate unexpected allies betrayal two gold coins and a prayer changes the life of a young airmanWorld War II was raging when 19 year old James Keeffe joins the US Army Air Forces After months of rigorous training as a B 24 heavy bomber pilot he and his crew arrive in England an. In first person as it was dictated to him and his brother by his father before he passed away One can hear Col Keefe talking about his medical screening as he joined the Army about the less than optimal conditions he lived in during training and the terror of being on a bomb run The reader will find himself praying with the Colonel before he
leaves his stricken bomber and hiding with the Colonel behind a rabbit hutch as the Nazis are looking for himhis stricken bomber and hiding with the Colonel behind a rabbit hutch as the Nazis are looking for him reader will feel that cold shock when Lt Col Keeffe realizes he has been betrayed and is now in German hands Finally the reader will share in both the misery of being a POW and the joy of being liberated What struck me in particular. D begin flying combat missions over Europe On the 8th of March 1944 during a bombing mission to Berlin Keeffe’s airplane is shot down over Holland catapulting him into a world sueezed colorless by the ver tightening fist of Nazi occupationMoving from safe house to safe ,