Hitler in the Crosshairs
This is the story of Ira "Teen" Palm, a soldier in World War II, from Mount Vernon, NY, through the European Theater of World War II, to his acquisition of a pistol engraved with Hitler's initials as he stormed Hitler's...
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This is the story of Ira "Teen" Palm, a soldier in World War II, from Mount Vernon, NY, through the European Theater of World War II, to his acquisition of a pistol engraved with Hitler's initials as he stormed Hitler's Munich apartment in a covert operation. The story of the man and the pistol has never been told-and might just write a new chapter in history.
John Woodbridge (Ph.D, University of Toulouse, France) is research professor of Church History and History of Christian Thought at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois, where he has taught since 1970. He was previously a senior editor of Christianity Today and is the author of Biblical Authority: A Critique of the Rogers/McKim Proposal; and coauthor of Letters Along the Way; A God-Sized Vision: Revival Stories that Stretch and Stir and most recently Hitler in the Crosshairs: A GI's Story of Courage and Faith with Maurice Possley. He is also the editor of Great Leaders of the Christian Church and coeditor of works including The Mark of Jesus. Woodbridge is the recipient of four Gold Medallion Awards.
Maurice Possley is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who recently left the Chicago Tribune after nearly 25 years as an investigative reporter specializing in criminal justice. He was a journalist for 36 years and was a finalist for the Pulitzer three times for his work on wrongful convictions and wrongful executions. In 2008, he was part of team of Tribune reporters who were awarded Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting for a series of articles on hazardous children's products that prompted numerous recalls as well as the most comprehensive overhaul of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission in the history of the agency. He is the author of two non-fiction books: Everybody Pays: Two Men, One Murder and the Price of Truth and The Brown's Chicken Massacre. He has taught investigative journalism and covering the courts at Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism and the University of Montana's School of Journalism.