SQUADRON of Traitors? Or Heroes?
When South African Royal Air Force fighter pilot Christian "Flash" Jordan was shot down over the French coast, he fell on his feet.
Major Rudolf von Mansdorff, Commandant of the POW camp at Leinefeld, was a man after his own heart he didn't want to sit out the war on the sidelines. Von Mansdorff's idea was for the South African ace to lead a multinational crack squadron of captured Allied pilots against the Russians under Luftwaffe colors.
"Flash" Jordan, an adventure-loving mercenary at heart, readily agreed, and Von Mansdorff set about clearing the idea with the Nazi high command. Goering and the Commandant's high-ranking brother were frankly doubtful but Hitler himself saw the potential of a brilliant propaganda coup and gave the go-ahead Â...
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