|Title||:||last letter home|
|Plot||:||+ WMAQ/WMAQ-FM, Chicago. "Last Letter Home". The story of Wilbur Evans and the men of the 332nd Fighter Group (an all-Negro unit) during World War II. + The 332nd fighter group composed entirely of Negroes was one of the outstanding combat units of World War 2. In a chapter entitled Last Letter Home Destination Freedom tells a part pf the story of these great squadron. Excellent moving story of fighter pilot Wilbur Evan’s thoughts to his mother and how more than just Nazi Plane’s can be shot down at thirty thousand feet when he saves the life of a fellow Bakersville citizen, a white man who wants to shake his hand. + Winner of the coveted Distinguished Unit Citation, the 332nd Fighter Group, comprised entirely of Negroes, was one of the outstanding combat units in World War II. In a chapter entitled, 'Last Letter Home' , Destination Freedom tells a part of a story of this great squadron. The story begins with a letter... 'Somewhere near Naples, Italy, March 23rd 1945, 3am. Dear Mum, I owe you a letter, I owe you a dozen letters. I write them in my head, but I can't seem to put them down on paper. But this letter, I want to think out first. I want to clear up a lot things that you'd want to know about my squadron, my life in Italy, my mission, and how I died."|
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