THE LONG WALK: The True Story of a Trek to Freedom
In 1941, the author and six other fellow prisoners escaped a Soviet labor camp in Yakutsk, a camp where enduring hunger, cold, untended wounds and untreated illnesses, and avoiding daily executions were everyday feats. Their march over thousands of miles by foot was a remarkable journey through most inhospitable conditions.
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