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Book Description
London, Falcon, 1946. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Fair. Quarter bound in brown cloth with red back strip. Spine is worn in parts and with some minor loss. Boards with titles in gilt. 183 pages plus index. Dust wrapper functional but worn/torn and browned. Now repaired and protected. Exceptionally signed by the author on the fron free end paper to a fellow officer Lieut. Colin Mackenzie M.C. who features on page 40.
Dealer Notes
A record of the famous Nazi Prisoner of War camp which is better known now as "Colditz", with numerous reminiscences by ex-internees. The plates include Watton's outstanding portraits of many of the captives, some well-known, some virtually unknown, together with an extensive collection of personal accounts from behind the walls.
Author Lieut J E R Wood ( Royal Canadian Engineers )
Date 1946
Binding Cloth
Publisher Falcon
Illustrator Lieut J F Watton
Condition Good
Pages 183

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