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by Mary Nahas
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11 April ·. Remembering <3. The Heroic Journey of Private Galione - Book. 27 January ·. We remember. 10 November 2018 ·. Thank you and God Bless to all of our veterans, past and present.
The story of how John Michael Galione found the German concentration camp Mittelbau Dora and helped saved the prisoners ISBN: 1414102224 1. 0 (Galione, John Michael, Dora (ConcentrationCamp). 0 (Galione, John Michael, Dora (ConcentrationCamp), United States Army, 104th Infantry Division). Other Products from hartmannbooks (View All). The Sports Car Engine: Its Tuning And Modification.
My father would have been 99-years-old today. When I was 15, I wrote this song for him and played it on my guitar.
Having no food or water, they dragged themselves to the infirmary to die. The Journey of Private Galione is a compelling . In summary, exhausted and injured, Private Galione walked for 5 days by himself without sleep following train tracks and discovered the hidden camp.
Found the camp and saved the prisoners. Caused the discovery of Nordhausen, Buchenwald, and other camps In summary, exhausted and injured, Private Galione walked for 5 days by himself without sleep following train tracks and discovered the hidden camp. In April 1945, military units were bypassing camps on their slow march to Berlin. Galione found Dora, fixed a broken jeep and rushed back to his unit.
245 14 The journey of Private Galione : bhow America became a superpower, cMary Nahas. 260 Enumclaw, WA : bPleasant Word, cc2004. 300 xii, 182 p. : bill. c23 cm. 504 Includes bibliographical references (p. 179-180). 600 10 Galione, John Michael, d1919-650 0 Soldiers zUnited States vBiography. 610 20 Dora (Concentration camp) 610 10 United States. bInfantry Division, 104th vBiography. 650 0 World War, 1939-1945 vPersonal narratives, American.
On It's Supernatural: The journey of Private Galione. See how God used one man, a Private in the . Army, to be the supernatural liberator of concentration camps in Germany. Without this one man, America would not have become a superpower. In her book, Mary Nahas tells the story of her heroic father, a World War Two soldier who, through divine intervention, angelic visitations, and miraculous deliverance, fulfilled God's destiny to save the Jewish prisoners from Nazi German concentration camps, and stumbled on a secret that kept communist Russia.
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The Heroic Journey of Private Galione: The Holocaust Liberator Who Changed History. I really enjoyed the book, couldn't put it down. God has a purpose for our life, and it was awesome to read how God used Private Galione in World War 2. Mary Nahas did an excellent job writing her dad's story. To God be all the glory!! 0.
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