Good in card covers. The Third Reich-General Drawing on both interviews with survivors and extensive research, an account of the operation in which 168 Allied airmen were transported illegally from Fresnes Prison near Paris to the Buchenwald concentration camp, where some died through starvation, brutality and neglect. UL-XXXXXX. 184pp, illustrations.
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New. 6" x 8 3/4" 086417733x. Unread with minimal shelf wear. Recounts the experiences of 168 Allied airmen, including 11 from Australia and New Zealand, who were captured in France, and taken to Fresnes Prison. As the Allied troops advanced in 1944, the prisoners were transported to the Nazi concentration camp of Buchenwald. Many of those who did not starve or succumb to disease have related their experiences for inclusion in this terrifying book.; 184 pages.
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