Wolfpacks At War: The U-Boat Experience in World War II
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Wolfpacks At War: The U-Boat Experience in World War II

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The product of fifteen years' research, here is the history of the camps to which captured Allied aircrew were sent in the early years of the war. Run by the Germany army, despite the Geneva Convention's decree that aircrew should be the responsibility of the Luftwaffe, their story has been neglected in the concentration on Stalag Luft III and VI in which aircrew officers...more
Hardcover, 128 pages
Published November 21st 2003 by Ian Allan Publishing (first published July 2002)
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