The Forgotten: Canadian Pows, Escapers And Evaders In Europe, 193, The Hardcover – Oct 22 2013
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NATHAN M. GREENFIELD, PhD, is the Canadian correspondent for TES and is a contributor to Maclean’s, Canadian Geographic and TLS. He is the author of The Damned, which was a finalist for the Governor General’s Award for Non-Fiction; Baptism of Fire, which was a finalist for the Edna Staebler Award for Creative Non-Fiction; the widely praised The Battle of the St. Lawrence and in October of this year publishes The Forgotten. Greenfield lives in Ottawa.
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religious aspect, with all the material about the priests, whose ship was captured by the Germans and who apparently were imprisoned in many of the camps.
In the two plus years I spent in (and out of) Stalag 8B, Lamsdorf, Poland, I saw none of them.
However, the rest of the book seemed very accurate to me, although I was referred to 16 or 18 times, my name was misspelled once, and I was commissioned once (to Pilot Officer - I was
only a Sgt-Pilot} and my book "Over The Wire" from which this information obviously came, was not even mentioned.
However, despite that, Forgotten is an excellent book in all respects and I would recommend it to anyone interested in an accurate picture of life in Germany's POW Camps, and of the
many escapers and evaders, many of whom were never heard of again.