Air Forces Escape & Evasion Society
Turner Publishing Company, 1992 - 128 pages
A history of the brave American men who flew and were shot down in Europe during World War II, but were able to escape imprisonment due to the efforts of those who aided them. A source of information on the European underground resistance groups of World War II. The book contains rare photographs, maps, and war documents.
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