JEWBOY vs THE LUFTWAFFE is an autobiographically-based WW II story of Philip Melvin "Goldie" Goldstein, an unassuming, symphony orchestra, French horn player from Pennsylvania who, after learning about the death of his aunt, uncle and young cousins (at the hands of the Nazis) volunteered for the U.S. Army Air Corps and (after overcoming religious persecution, racial barriers and prejudice) became a multi-decorated, fighter pilot ace and American war hero who survived 50 combat missions over Germany and Nazi-held territories, racking up untold enemy kills with "JEWBOY" proudly painted on the sides of his Lockheed P-38 Lightning, fighter plane.
"...I was born Philip Melvin Goldstein, and during my, almost 4 years of service, I was Philip Melvin Goldstein, and often followed by "You fucking Jew." However, to most of the members of my unit I was known as "Goldie."
Philip M. Goldstein, 96 years old (photo taken on April 15th 2017)
Philip Goldstein was born in Baltimore, Maryland in 1920 and raised in Norristown, Pennsylvania. He served four years in the military, three of which as a member of the U.S. Army Air Corps, where he became a non-commissioned officer and P-38 Lightning pilot. Goldstein was assigned to the European theater of operations, where he flew 50 missions against the Luftwaffe. CLICK HERE FOR MORE...