THE SEA, WAR AND BARBED WIRE: A Story of Merchant Navy Men
The fascinating story of Captain Stanley Algar, an oil tanker master, captured in the Atlantic during WWII. He and his colleagues spent four years behind barbed wire, and his diaries reveal how the prisoners survived, confronted starvation, and reacted to camp life and German propaganda. Photos.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 2785463
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