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PDF ´ BOOK No Surrender ´ EYLTRANSFERSERVICES î ❮Download❯ ➼ No Surrender: A Father, a Son, and an Extraordinary Act of Heroism That Continues to Live on Today ➾ Author Christopher Edmonds – Eyltransferservices.co.uk In the tradition of #1 New York Times bestsellers like Unbroken Boys on theWhich of his fellow prisoners of war were Jewish staring evil in the eye and daring the Nazi to shootRoddie's act of defiance spared the lives of as many as 200 Jews and the lives of the infantryman under his commandInspired by his father’s story Chris Edmonds embarked on a years long journey interviewing surviving POWs under Roddie’s command and retracing Roddie's footstepsto learn about his unspoken bravery during World War IIAlong with New York Times bestselling author Douglas Century Edmonds takes us to the front lines of this inspiring multi generational story revealing in gripping novelistic detail Roddie’s previously untold heroism―and the lasting effects his bravery had on the lives of thousands then and now “What was most remarkable about my journey to discover what my father did during the war” Chris writes “was the realization that any one of us has t You will wince you will think you can’t finish reading you will cry and you will smile with joy and pride at this story It’s true it’s terrible it’s wonderful it’s heart wrenching but it’s necessary The story of men who lived thru some of the most hellish times of WWII both as fighting soldiers and then POWs If you appreciate valor honor and doing the right thing I highly recommend this book Guarantee it will impact you

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He untapped potential to do something incredibly courageous We all have the potential to change the world simply by standing up for what’s right”Spanning seven decades and linking a sprawling cast of heroes from every corner of the countryNo Surrenderis an utterly compelling page turner that recounts major events of World War II and United States Army initiatives that helped the Allies win the war – from the Battle of the Bulge to the massacre at Malmedy to and the now little known Army Specialized Training Program which trained geeks or uiz Kids from all over the country―Bob Dole Kurt Vonnegut Mel Brooks and Henry Kissinger among them―to fight the Nazis in the European theaterA shining example of the transformative and redemptive power of moral courage No Surrender is a celebration of faith family and service the very characteristics that continue to define us today And I kind of did The basic premise of the true story was so great I am a combat veteran Infantry in Vietnam to give you some perspective Unfortunately the book seemed like too much of a campaign piece by the son hoping to get his father a posthumous Medal of Honor That is fine even if in my opinion it fell short of convincing me There is a lot of valor in war What really made the book not work for me was the constant unrelenting religious bent the book took It is a born again Christian story and the author himself a pastor never lets up Hey to each his own but the review I read in the WSJ never mentioned this and it honestly detracted from the enjoyment of the book at least for me I'd rather take my sermons at church when I am expecting them Just my two cents

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No Surrender A Father a Son and an Extraordinary Act of Heroism That Continues to Live on TodayIn the tradition of #1 New York Times bestsellers like Unbroken Boys on the Boat Band of Brothers and Schindler’s List No Surrender is an unforgettable story of a father’s extraordinary acts of valor in the treacherous final days of World War II and a son’s thrilling journey to discover them―an epic narrative of bravery compassion and faithIn No SurrenderChris Edmonds tells the inspiring and unforgettable story of his father Roddie a humble American soldier and his incredible acts of heroism in the waning days of World War II Captured at the Battle of the Bulge Roddie Edmonds was the highest ranking American solider at Stalag 9A a POW camp near Ziegenhain Germany A simple soft spoken man Roddie was also a man of deep inner strength and unwavering Christian faith Driven to the limits of endurance he stared down the barrel of his Nazi captor’s pistol and refused to say I am not an avid reader I go through spurts where I enjoy reading This book was GREAT Loved the history I found myself Googling people locations battles the personal stories and testimonies and the staunch faith that was displayed throughout Roddie's life Couldn't put it down I can't imagine living through all those men did I recommend this to anyone who is a history buff interested in WW II needs encouragement in your own faith or any one looking for their next good read