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This is an account of Colditz, the famous World War I POW camp, as seen from the German side. Reinhold Eggers, on staff there for the greater part of the war, relates how he discharged, with varying success, his duty of preventing escapes.
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Book Description Robert Hale, London, 1961. Hardback. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. The first account to be published of Colditz as seen from the German point of view. Second printing of first edition in English, translated and edited by Howard Gee. Mottled green-brown cloth-covered boards, gilt titles to spine, pictorial dustjacket, many illustrations from photographs, 190 pages. Related material (reviews, obituaries etc.) left laid in. Condition: Tanning/spotting to rear end papers, dust-spotting to external top edges of text block, otherwise clean and bright inside and out. Dust jacket chipped and edge-rolled. Seller Inventory # 3398