Understanding Ourselves by Understanding the Past
In the ruins of Hitler's capital, former RAF officers and a woman pilot start an air ambulance company. The service offers a shimmer of hope in a bleak landscape characterized by a worthless currency, crime and prostitution. However, when a Russian fighter brings down a British airliner, Berlin becomes a flash point. World War Three is just a misstep away.
Riding the icy, moonlit sky, they took the war to Hitler.
Their chances of survival were less than fifty percent. Their average age was 21. This is the story of one Lancaster skipper, his crew and the woman he loved.
A pilot burned beyond recognition --
A Flight Sergeant raising his motherless children in the midst of war --
A Lancaster flight engineer who can't face another mission. The forgotten faces of the RAF in WWII. Three tales.
Release date: June 2021
They opposed Hitler's diabolical regime on moral grounds. They sought to defend human dignity and restore the rule of law -- at the risk of their own lives. Traitors to Hitler, they were heroes to the oppressed.