PoW Camps in Britain Prisoners, murderers, celebrities, escapees… and football Little has been written about the prisoner of war camps in Britain during the Second World War but Jon and Diane Sutherland's ground-breaking book reveals the dramas behind the camps, including the prisoners who used to escape and dress up as locals to visit the pub before breaking back in every night; vicious murders and the uneasy or even romantic relationship between the locals and the prisoners, with some prisoners returning after the War to help finish the work they started on local churched or in the fields. The book is full of fascinating stories and personalities such as: •
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Golden Guides Press Ltd
November 22, 2012
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