Hap's WAR

An Amazing True Life Story
WW II - POW - Tokyo Survivor

In WWII, B-29 bombers of the 20th Air Force were based on Saipan, Tinian and Guam in the Pacific. Their mission was to destroy targets on the Japanese home islands. These were flown from November, 1944 to August 1945, the end of WWII.

The book "Hap's War" covers segments of the B-29 story, as well as his efforts to survive as a prisoner of war in Tokyo, Japan. This book is a classic example of "The Greatest Generation".

"Hap's War", a hard cover, 168 page book contains over 100 photos. Hap recognized the critical importance of prayer, faith, and hope in his fight to survive and gain freedom. After his liberation in 1945, it took 40 years of nightmares plus two visits to Japan to overcome his animosity toward the Japanese people. Finally, forgiveness and reconciliation.