THE PASSWORD IS COURAGE by John Castle

THE PASSWORD IS COURAGE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A prisoner-of-war story assumes the aura of its unconquerable hero, Charles Coward, whose experiences in German camps offer another view of valor and horror. As escapee, as saboteur and as the contact man. Coward saw and experienced what should never have humanly existed and the cumulative effect of brutalities and evasions provides a grim close-up of terrible years.

Pub Date: Aug. 22nd, 1955
Publisher: Norton