Wolfgang W. E. Samuel
Wolfgang W. E. Samuel, Colonel, US Air Force (Ret.), was born in Germany in 1935 and immigrated to the United States in 1951 at age sixteen with an eighth-grade education and no English-language skills. Upon graduation from the University of Colorado, he was commissioned 2nd Lieutenant in the US Air Force, then flew over one hundred strategic reconnaissance missions against the Soviet Union during the Cold War. His first book German Boy: A Refugee's Story garnered favorable reviews from the New York Times and numerous other outlets. He is author of eight books published by University Press of Mississippi.
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The Declassified Stories of Cold War Reconnaissance Flights and the Men Who Flew Them
University Press of Mississippi
The thrilling secret history of the American pilots who risked their lives to protect their country during the Cold War
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