Sounds like Midnight Express.
Without Oliver Stone.
Made me realize that may be a likely scenario for the elderly or disabled trying to escape an ObamaCare Hospice Center.
Just reading those few lines had my heart stopped.
Occasionally I’ll do something that makes me think that I
am brave. Then I read something like this.
Wow. Go to the comments on this article. Slavering Jew-hatred. Unbelievable. Anti-Semitism is alive, well,and festering.
BUMP for read later
To all, read the entire article, it's very moving.
....I wish the press would do less Holocaust stories and a LOT more stories about the peril that Israel faces today...Islam has made no secret that they would kill every Jew in that country if they could...I have no doubt that they will nuke the Jews just as soon as they can....the only Jewish voice that I hear sounding the warning is my hero David Horowitz...meanwhile influencial Jews in business and entertainment keep touting Obama who loves Islam.
1. She winked at him first time she saw him.
2. Couldn’t wait till he came for her at their designated meeting place after the war.
3. Met a new man on the train and married him.
4. Wanted him to leave his wife and family for her after Hubby #1 died.
5. Refused to correspond after he was faithful to his commitment to his wife.
Sounds like the guy lucked out by not marrying her. He’s lucky he didn’t get killed saving her life. She’d have boo-hoo’d a day or two and taken up with a new guy very shortly.
An excellent movie: The Black Book, based on a true story
Wow! I am just such a chicken, I cannot imagine doing something like this. I had butterflies in my stomach just reading about his feat. Such a stand-up guy, too, that he would not leave his wife when they reconnected years later. God bless him.
Ping to a very interesting historical story!
Truly inspiring, Never again!