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A Fighter Pilot in Buchenwald
A Fighter Pilot in Buchenwald

A Fighter Pilot in Buchenwald

The Joe Moser Story

HISTORY

205 Pages, 5.75 x 8.75

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $18.95 (US $18.95) (CA $20.95)

Publication Date: January 2009

ISBN 9780615221113

Rights: US & CA

All Clear Publishing (Jan 2009)

Price: $18.95
 
 

Overview

On August 13, 1944, during his 44th combat mission, Joe Moser's P-38 Lightning was shot down. Captured by Nazi forces, he and his fellow group of Allied fliers were scheduled for execution as “terrorfliegers” and shipped in overcrowded cattle cars to Buchenwald—the infamous work camp where tens of thousands died of cruelty, medical experiments, and starvation. Once a simple farm boy focused on sports and his dream to fly the fastest, meanest fighter plane, Moser now faced some of the worst of Hitler’s ghastly system. From the harrowing and sometimes hilarious experiences of flight training to the dehumanization at the hands of Hitler’s SS, this is a story of quiet, steady courage sustained by faith, family, and the commitment to freedom and liberty in even the most desperate of circumstances.

Author Biography

Joseph F. Moser received the Distinguished Flying Cross for his duty as a fighter pilot during World War II. He survived the infamous Buchenwald concentration camp and numerous German POW camps. He has worked as a furnace repairman in the Pacific Northwest for more than 40 years. He lives in Ferndale, Washington. Gerald R. Baron is an entrepreneur, a speaker, and the author of Now is Too Late2 and Friendship Marketing. He is also the president of Baron & Company, a marketing and public relations firm, and the founder and former CEO of PIER Systems. He lives in Bellingham, Washington.