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Synopsis


The untold story of life in the allied camps under the


Nazi's.


Sean Londgen has conducted numerous interviews and


reveals a new perspective on life under the Nazis that has


long been forgotten and replaced by the myth of Colditz


and The Great Escape.


Between 1939 and 1945 almost 200,000 British and


Commonwealth Servicemen were held as Prisoners of War


in Germany. Every Allied soldier under the rank of Sergeant


was forced to work 12 hour shifts, six days a week, cutting


timber, quarrying stone, carving ice from frozen rivers and


clearing bombsites. It drove the soldiers to the brink, in


which survival was a daily trial. Many starved to death or


died from disease, others were killed in accidents or at the


hands of their guards.

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