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The Colditz Myth: British and Commonwealth Prisoners of War in Nazi Germany Paperback – Sep 27 2006

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`This book presents a solid, sensible account.' Sunday Telegraph

`MacKenzie's study is a fine piece of research and clearly reflects a historian deeply engaged with his subject. His approach is broad and yet detailed at the same time, and this book has increased our knowledge of the treatment of prisoners of was significantly' Mark Connelly, Twentieth Century British History

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I've read parts of it, not all of it ... Sept. 28 2014
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I've read parts of it, not all of it at this point. Very dense read. Not at all what I expected. it's about POWs in Germany in general. Not just about Colditz.