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characters Ç eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ David Howarth M the challenges and miseries of World War II chronicles. OK in this world some people are tougher than others This book is about one guy who offers an answer the next time someone asks well exactly how tough was he And then well it only takes a couple of hundred pages to explainHaving said that I didn't love the book It's a good book and the story is fascinating but but What I found most frustrating although not enough to stop reading was that the story is incredible absolutely defying belief but the telling felt workmanlike than to my mind the epic extraordinary tale deserved And after the action packed opening seuence the tale bogs down because well it's non fiction and as the title makes clear endurance represents one of most unimaginable aspects of the book and storyWell worth reading particularly to the extent it's a relatively small short book The book is also worthwhile to the extent it's just one of another million small individual micro stories that took place off the front pages outside of the leaders' situationmeetingbriefing rooms and largely outside of the public's consciousness

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We Die Alone characters ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ó One of the most exciting escape narratives to emerge from the challenges and miseries of World War II chronicles Jan Baalsrud’s escape from Nazi occupied arctic Norway Jan Baalsrud’s escape from Nazi occupied arctic Norwa. view spoiler Bettie's Books hide spoiler

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We Die AloneOne of the most exciting escape narratives to emerge fro. I was not even aware the Nazis had occupied Norway in WWII that far north This book tells the true story of a group of expatriate Norwegian commandos who sailed in a fishing boat from northern England to arctic Norway with the aim of organizing and supplying the Norwegian resistance They were betrayed soon after arrival; the Nazis ambushed them and only one man Jan Baalsrud survived though wounded and escaped The book tells the story of his flight across Norway to exile in Sweden Baalsrud suffered extreme exposure survived an avalanche had frostbite and snowblindness; but aided by a remarkable string of people who uietly risked their lives to aid his flight from the pursuing Nazis he lived to tell a remarkable story