Peter Masters

When he turned 18, he enlisted in the British army and, after doing menial work for a couple of years, he volunteered for an elite 87-man commando troop composed entirely of immigrants from countries overrun by Nazi forces. All of them spoke fluent German, and most of them were Jewish. He took the name Masters and, like everyone else in his unit, burned all documents, letters and books that might have revealed his Jewish and central European origins. On D-Day in 1944, he and his unit were part o... Read more »

Married with

NameFromTo
onCarlin Glynn1960-12-29
onCarol Masterson1984

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