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This is the incredible story of Bill Cullerton, a leading United States Army Air Force ace in World War Two. Few could have survived the harrowing ordeal he experienced.
Here is a tale of salmon fishing, war, survival and friendship.
This is the true story of The Window at St. Catherine's.
The Waffen-SS officer takes Bill's gun, jams it against his right side just under his rib cage.
'For you the war is over," the Waffen-SS officer says. He pulls the trigger.
'The window at St. Catherine's is really a grabber.'hanging on every word' is a cliché so I won't use it, but it is a good read-solidly and well told."
-William A. Rooney, co-author The Enola Gay and the Smithsonian Institution