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The Last Jump takes us back to a time when Americans stood shoulder to shoulder in defense of liberty and freedom. It celebrates the spirit and the courage of ordinary citizens pitted against the militaristic societies of Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan. It was a time when the sons of presidents and congressmen served, fought and died alongside famous celebrities and average citizens.
The Last Jump explores the flaws of an imperfect America, with all its incredible virtues and vexing shortcomings, as it struggled to live up to the promise of its founding ideals of equality for all.
Told through the recollections of four wartime veterans bound by a solemn pact never to reveal a shared secret, the epic spans the war in Europe from Sicily to Normandy, Holland, the Battle of the Bulge and beyond VE Day. The Last Jump evokes both the agony and the glory of the greatest conflict in human history and the special generation that earned the final victory.