This book documents in fascinating and historically important detail their daily life as POWs in Germany and encapsulates the experiences of tens of thousands of ordinary POWs.
Leo Rawling was an ordinary soldier captured by the Japanese in 1942. His story is told in his own pictures and... Læs mere
This is the first in-depth and most complete study of Camp 21 Comrie, Scotland. It explores the camp's history from inception to demise and its... Læs mere
Moving beyond conventional assessments of POW treatment which have focused on the development of policy, diplomatic relations, and... Læs mere
He emerges transfigured by his ordeal, realising how his choices have made him the author of his life, interrogating religion and rationality, early loves and formative beliefs - and... Læs mere
This is the story of a young Royal Artillery officer, Lieutenant Ronald Williams, who was held as a prisoner of war in the Japanese-occupied Dutch East Indies from 1942-45.