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The tale is very "Wrong place wrong time". The boy moves to Holland as a child, only to later build planes for the Nazis; A bomb raid gives him opportunity to escape, but reason for his father to believe him dead. I think there is an overwhelming idea of fate and of circumstance that tie together well in this piece.
I think something could have been done sensory wise in my first highlight-perhaps describing the raids?
I assume you are the Grandchild writing this story? It truly is incredible, and I love your tone that speaks nothing to the speculation. There is always something striking about a story told purely in facts, in the detail so many people writing the story would have looked over. YOu opted for the more honest approach and I adore it.