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ISBN: 0786101970 / ISBN-13: 9780786101979

The Long Walk: The True Story of a Trek to Freedom


This is one of the world's greatest stories of adventure, survival and escape. SlavomirRawicz was a young Polish cavalry officer. On 9th November ... Show synopsis

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  • The Long Walk: The True Story of a Trek to Freedom (Blackstone Audiobooks) – Audiobook cassette (1990)
    by Slavomir Rawicz

    The Long Walk: The True Story of a Trek to Freedom

    Audiobook cassette, Blackstone Audiobooks

    ISBN: 0786101970
    ISBN-13: 9780786101979

    In 1941, Slavomir Rawicz and six fellow prisoners escaped from a Siberian labor camp and walked across 4,000 miles of the most forbidding terrain on Earth to freedom. This is their astonishing story.

  • 1. Audiobook cassette, Blackstone Audiobooks, 1990


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Reviews of The Long Walk: The True Story of a Trek to Freedom

Overall customer rating: 4.834
Chileen Eze

great book

by Chileen Eze on Oct 31, 2012

I have given this book as gifts and lent it out many times. it is really a great book of a great man told very humbly. I think it is the kind of book that makes you hope when all hope is gone.

Daniel K

Excellent Book

by Daniel K on Dec 29, 2011

Very amazing story! A must read. Hard to put down.

Margaret N

Wonderful Book

by Margaret N on Aug 18, 2011

I would recommend this book as required reading for young people, because it is truly inspiring, much better than the movie.


A Fantastic True Story.

by Fussyreader on Aug 6, 2009

I LOVE this book. Truth is always stranger than fiction. I had read it twice in the past and now my husband requested it for his birthday present. It is simply unbelievable to read all the trials that this man had to endure. It shows the unending strength of the human spirit. It makes one ashamed to think of one's own meagre complaints. It is a book that simply SHOULD be read.


A Historical Documentation

by Dustytrails on Dec 11, 2008

Chinese troops were in Tibet in 1941 and these escapees were told about them as they entered Tibet and kept out of their way. It documents meeting the Yettie and the death of a prisoners trying to go around them in the mountains. This is a book like no other. It documents ill advised ideas carried out at great cost. In the end ... some made the walk from a Russian Siberian Death work camp to India and the British Army who saved them. It tells of them hoarding bread under their pillows in the hospital after being rescued and their thirty day stabilization ... to start thinking normally after a trip that should have killed all of them.

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