The News is Out–Joe Moser Story on Seattle PI Military Blog

January 28, 2009 at 12:25 am (429th Fighter Squadron, 474th Fighter Group, Buchenwald, Fighter Pilot, French Underground, Joe Moser, P-38) (, , , )

Thanks to Mike Barber of the Seattle PI, the story of Joe Moser receiving his DFC award 65 years late is being told  on the “Now Hear This” blog.

Early comments from people who have read the book have been outstanding. Village Books in Bellingham is having a hard time keeping inventory in, and Amazon orders should now start to be filled with a shipment to them we just made. We are working on getting “A Fighter Pilot in Buchenwald: The Joe Moser Story” into bookstores and retail outlets throughout northwest Washington.

If anyone can’t find it, tell them they can order on our website at www.joemoserstory.com.

To make it even easier to order, just click on these words and the order form will pop up.

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2 Comments

  1. Tom Bruun said,

    Hey Joe & Gerald,

    Just a wee hello from Denmark to tell you that I have just been on the telephone to a friend of mine, Ed Carter-Edwards of Smithville Ontario, Canada.

    Being a member of the KLB-club, Ed was thrilled when I told him that the two of you have a book out about the airmen in Buchenwald.

    I met Ed and his wife Lois in The Museum of The Danish Resisstance back in the fall of 1990.They had been invited to Copenhagen by Danish policemen and members of the KLB-Club then.

    Ed seemed very interested in a display of radiosets used during the occupation of Denmark. As I had been a wireless operator during my national service and had worked alongside Canadian signallers for a whole year, while with the UN i Cyprus,
    I thought I could tell this Canadian couple about the radiosets and they could brush up my Canadian English, that after nearly twenty years had become a little rusty.

    We have kept in touch ever since.

    I am looking forward to read more of the pages here.

    Yours Aye

    Tom Bruun

    • gbaron said,

      Hello Tom, good to hear from you. Your comment was very helpful as I recently found out about a documentary planned on one of the KLB-ers. The producer is looking for some of the KLBers to interview. I knew from Joe that Ed was in Ontario but now we know more where to look for him.

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