STALAG LUFT I: The POW Camp for Air Force Personnel 1940-1945
This account explores all aspects of the camp, from its administration, to the supply of the food and conditions prisoners endured. The author investigates the subject of escapes, as well as the reprisals that followed. It provides the reader with an accurate insight into the story of one of the longest running German POW camps in WWII. 16 pages of photos.
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Item #: 2863464
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