John Rogers, USAF 1:32
After being shot down in his B-17, co-pilot Rogers is taken as a P.O.W. and relates what he and his fellow American prisoners did in the camp to irritate the German guards. As he puts it, "we'd do anything to upset them." Rogers gives us an inside look at what life was like in a German Stalag. He recalls with a small hint of nostalgia about the plays they used to perform for each other or the little band they formed when the Swiss Red Cross sent them musical instruments. His story is about how the American spirit remained un-broken, even in trying times.
Submitted by: Coast2CoastGuard
Keywords: Air Force B 17 POW WWII world War German John Rogers USAF Americans at usni
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