This MultiMedia story is meant to be read and enjoyed on your computer. Composer Gary Thomas has created 4 musical arrangements to set the mood for certain sections of the story. A host of publishing professionals have contributed to the telling of this story. Danny Mander recounts the events of World War II as he experienced them; The Battle of Britain, life on the Western Desert and The Teheran Conference. As Winston Churchill's Bodyguard, he had direct access to Winston Churchill and as part of his duties lifted Franklin D. Roosevelt from his limosine and into his wheelchair. He saved the life of General Voroshilov, the hero of the Battle of Stalingrad Russia and he helps unravel the mystery of the dropped sword presented to Josef Stalin by Winston Churchill.
"Who could resist a swim on a very hot day in Teheran at the invitation of world leader, Winston Churchill?" "Only a bodyguard," states Danny Mander. "As I walked around the pool area watching him (Winston Churchill) splash about, he repeated his invitation laughingly, knowing full well, just as much as I, that even though a swim would be heaven in this weather, I would be useless as a bodyguard, and of course it would be tantamount to deserting my duties."
A sample (four pages) of this interactive multimedia ebook
ISBN 0-9724260-2-7 $19.95 USD in the United States $24.95 USD in the U.K. and Canada plus tax (if in California) plus shipping
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