The Last Escape: The Untold Story of Allied Prisoners of War in Europe 1944-45, by John Nichol, hardcover (very good condition)

 

Draws on the testimony of surviving veterans to relate the experiences of hundreds of thousands of American and British prisoners of war in camps across Nazi-controlled Europe, who were forced at gunpoint to march hundreds of miles along the Death March in the wake of the D-Day landings.

 

As World War II approached its end, thousands of American and British soldiers languished in German POW camps. With the Russian Red Army closing in from the east and Allied troops advancing from the west, Hitler forced the POWs deeper into the heart of Germany. Over the next several months these prisoners were forced to walk more than 500 miles through the severest of winter conditions, and hundreds died from exhaustion, disease, and starvation. Here—for the first time—interviews with the POWs who survived as well as their diaries and letters bring this astonishing tale of endurance and courage to life.

The Last Escape: The Untold Story of Allied Prisoners of War in Europe 1944-45

SKU: 28-293
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