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Sunday December 5th, 2021 6:10PM

LISTEN: Lightning Down: an incredible story of survival during WWII

By Mornings on Maine Street

On August 13th, 1944, Joe Moser set off on his 44th combat mission over occupied France. He would soon join 167 other Allied airmen as prisoners. Tom Clavin talks about his book "Lightning Down" which chronicles Joe and his fellow airmen as they are taken to Buchenwald where the Nazis expected them to die. It's an incredible story of hope and will power.

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