The Cost of Courage
Two Brothers in the Aerial Theaters of WWII and the Psychological Aftermath of Years of Captivity
Narrated by Dan McGowan / 3 hours 6 minutes
The Cost of Courage is a work of military fiction based on the true story of two brothers who served in separate campaigns of World War II. After being shot down over Berlin, one brother is forced to endure both mental and physical torture as a POW at Stalag Luft III. A defiant soul, he earns the respect of his comrades by making life difficult for his captors. However, things change after an ill-fated trip to solitary, where he learns from another airman that his brother has died in the Doolittle Raid over Tokyo. Devastated, the man struggles with the will to survive while reminiscing about his brother.