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The Colditz Conundrum by Tom Shore
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Colditz Castle is famous as the German prisoner of war camp, subject of a popular TV series in 1980s. It was supposed to impossible to escape from this castle set high on a rocky escarpment, and yet a series of daring, even foolhardy escape plans involving tunnels cut into solid rock and a glider led to several notable successes. In this new complete history of Colditz as a high security prisoner of war camp, housing in the end only British and American prisoners, including Douglas Bader and Airey Neave, author and researcher Tom Shore advances the theory that multiple coincidences point to there having been a hidden hand at work.

Author Biography

Tom Shore was educated at Woolverstone Hall school in Suffolk and Birmingham University in the 60s and 70s. He currently works as a legal assistant in Singapore. History, especially of the Second World War has always been his passion. This is his first book.
Release date Australia
September 6th, 2018
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Coronet Books
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