This is a moving book by Steve Manning, one that puts the reader in the trenches, in the cockpit, in the POW camps with the men as they tell their stories. . . . This book may shock, frighten, or enrage, but it will hold your attention from the first page to the last.
I consider this book-documenting the real and true experiences of the men who fought and survived WW II combat at its worst-to be one of the best written to date.
(Albert J. Lenski, B/Gen USAF (Ret.))