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33 Months As A POW In Stalag Luft III: A WWII Airman Tells His Story (edition 2005)

by A.P. Clark

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Title:33 Months As A POW In Stalag Luft III: A WWII Airman Tells His Story
Authors:A.P. Clark
Info:Fulcrum Publishing (2005), Paperback, 224 pages
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Tags:POW, RAF, USAAF

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33 Months As A POW In Stalag Luft III: A WWII Airman Tells His Story by Albert P. Clark (Author)

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One of the best POW accounts by someone who was there from the beginning. Col Albert Clark was shot down in 1942 while flying a Spitfire with the RAF to obtain operational experience. He saw the massive influx of US POW as the aerial war escalated. Good stories. ( )
  kaki5231 | Nov 17, 2012 |
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In his thirty-three months in the infamous prisoner of war camp Stalag Luft III, Lieutenant Clark was involved in and responsible for directing escape work among American prisoners. His tale of courage and perseverance is accentuated by the stark photographs he took from the inside with a pinhole camera. Many fascinating stories of The Great Escape have been told since the end of World War II. Not until now has the story of Lieutenant Colonel A. P. Clark, the first combat personnel captured in U.S. uniform by the Germans, been told.
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