By Robert Henricks
But to flee he and his males needs to go thousands of miles of occupied France. they're going to need assistance to escape and they shape an alliance with a neighborhood member of the underground who has a name for smuggling and developing havoc for his country's occupiers.
Together they have the ability to weave their approach throughout France with Williams' band of eighteen males continually one step sooner than their decided pursuers.
But in any case luck or failure comes right down to the efforts of a very dogged German commander who refuses to renounce on shooting the americans and the status it's going to convey to his goals and career.