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Behind Nazi Lines

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Behind Nazi Lines by Andrew Gerow Hodges Jr. and Denise George
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Dec 07, 2021 | ISBN 9780593184806

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“Filled with secret missions, Nazi villains, and daring escapes that actually happened, Behind Nazi Lines is thrilling, epic, inspiring—and have we mentioned true? Andy Hodges is a real hero whose story must never be forgotten.”—Eric Metaxas, New York Times bestselling author of Miracles and Bonhoeffer

“A riveting and action-packed story, Behind Nazi Lines takes you inside a Nazi POW camp in 1944 German-occupied France and shows how one brave American Red Cross volunteer negotiated the release of 149 Allied POWs. A great read.”—Marcus Brotherton, author of Shifty’s War
“One of the most intriguing books I have read on WWII…A fascinating book about one of America’s unsung heroes in the European Theater…Captivating and nearly impossible to put down. I recommend it with enthusiasm to professional historians, history buffs, and anyone who wants to be inspired and entertained.”—Lyle W. Dorsett, author of Serving God and Country
“What a page-turner! It reads like a good novel, but it is all true. ”—Private First Class Bernard Rader, K Company, 301st Regiment, 94th Division
“A fascinating story of the courageous efforts to rescue POWs held by the Third Reich. Andy’s story is one of great courage, risks, sacrifice, and commitment to a transcendent cause. He was a hero who risked his life to bring his fellow Americans home with honor.”Lt. Gen. William “Jerry” Boykin, former commander U.S. Army’s Delta Force
“Superbly written and extensively researched, Andy Hodges’ story recounts a compelling piece of military history. It brings a human dimension to an underappreciated heroic episode to life. This informative, enjoyable and excellent work exemplifies a labor of love and courage one man had for his country.”—Lt. Gen. Ronald L. Burgess Jr., former director of the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency, Senior Counsel for National Security Programs, Cyber Programs and Military Affairs, Auburn University

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