Stalags

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  1. diddyriddick

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    If this is the wrong place for this, sorry.

    Has anybody read anything on the Stalags? Specifically, I'm looking for info on Stalag Luft I. What are the best books?
     
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    The only Stalag book I've read so far is "Colditz". Boyington and Zamperelli's books ("Baa Baa Blacksheep" and "Devil at my Heels", respectively), as well as "Ghost Soldiers", "Baby of Bataan", and a couple others I have that are not in my immediate line of sight, all deal with the Japanese versions of POW camps. Much grimmer than their European counterparts.
     
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