Oflag 64, a World War II prisoner of war (POW) camp based in Schubin, Poland, was speculated to be one of the only POW camps set up exclusively for U.S. Army ground component officers. About 150 American officers lived in the camp in 1943, and by 1945, that number had expanded to 1,500. When the German commandant Colonel Fritz Schneider received orders to march all of his...
|Title||:||The Big Break: The Greatest American WWII POW Escape Story Never Told|
|Number of Pages||:||272 pages|
The Big Break: The Greatest American WWII POW Escape Story Never Told Reviews
Fantastic read. It tells of POW's in WW 2 as the Germans are in full retreat. It paints a picture that puts you right there with the men as they try to stay alive till the wars end. Nice stuff.
Extremely interesting read. I passed it on to friends who also enjoy this type of book.
Australia should be very proud of author STEPHEN DANDO-COLLINS.
This latest WWII story has been described by the NY Daily News as "GRIPPING".
The Greatest American WWII story NEVER told! It's selling like hot cakes!
A wonderful and interesting book. Before the famous Great Escape at Sagan in 1944, The Allied escape from the POW camp from Schubin, Poland was the largest and the most successful Allied escape from a POW camp. This book also tells of General Patton's raid on the POW camp at Hammelburg to rescue POW's, including his son in law Lt. Col. John Waters.