Thomas Linneman - WWII POW
Thomas Linneman spent 208 days in a German POW camp during the last months of the war in Europe. He shares his experiences and discusses how his mother Marie, had to cope with her three sons serving in the war at the same time. Tom's bother John (Jack) was killed in Italy and his bother had to break the news to Tom who was recuperating from being injured in France. You can also read Tom's diary which he kept for all 208 days while imprisoned. His reflection upon his visit to Dachau is especially moving.