The Forgotten 500 by Gregory A. Freeman

The Forgotten 500

The Forgotten 500 Book Summary

The Forgotten 500 is the WWII, history, military and memoir book which describe the struggles of a group of people who sacrifice their lives to free their state. Gregory A. Freeman is the author of this fantastic book. During World War II, the Nazis are occupied in the oil refinery which is located in the state Yugoslavia. The main sources of fuel at that time was oil and this the paradise for the German forces. Their aircraft are ready all the time and invade the enemies anytime. There are two different communities who are living in Yugoslavia. They both hate and in rivalry before the invasion of Hitler. Now, they have a common enemy to deal with. The Americans and other countries are trying their best to destroy these oil fields but Nazi’s are so professional. They kill everyone who tries to destruct their oil reserves. The people of Yugoslavia are Americans and they can’t sit peacefully in the presence of Germans. Armed forces have not to skill any of the civilian but they have a proper check. If they found any suspicious activity then they will be killed. There is a big challenge for the people of Yugoslavia, they have to make a runway for the C-47 cargo planes. They don’t have tools and everything will be performed silently. A remarkable story of the brave people who are ready to sacrifice everything.

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