By Moonwater Press
June 30, 1944, fifty members of the U.S. Army Air Corps.'s 460th Bomb Group embarked on an important mission to destroy German oil refineries in Silesia, Hungary, only to come under heavy attack.
By Napkin Sketch Productions
One Family Takes a Remarkable Journey to Vietnam With the Help of the Enemy, the Only People that Know What Happened to Their Father.
By AJ Padgett
"Mission over Indochine" is a coming of age story of a young man, from his early years during the Great Depression, through his experiences as a bomber pilot during WWII and as a prisoner of war in French Indochina.
By Karl Vanghen
Author Karl Vanghen was chosen as one of ’50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading’, as the result of his appearance on The Authors Show. His latest release, ‘My Enemy, My Beloved,’ explores the life of a young German POW during WW2
By Johanna Altland
Commander Everett Alvarez (Ret.) will speak on his experiences as a Prisoner of War
By Strategic Book Group
Americans held in Philippines’ World War II POW Camps: A True Story of Family Heroism