One Man's Story: Autobiography of Edward Philip
Out of the inferno of war-ravaged Poland emerges an incredible tale of survival. Fighting fires atop blazing buildings and living with the ever-present fear of the dreaded midnight knock, Eddie displays the stuff that heroes are made of. And then miraculously comes the chance to rebuild a shattered life - far, far away from the battlefield that was Europe.
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