Immensely moving... a beautiful and gripping story --Tim Dee, BBC Wildlife Magazine --Tim Dee, BBC Wildlife Magazine
Immensely moving... a beautiful and gripping story --Tim Dee, BBC Wildlife Magazine
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Very interesting book for birders and lovers of history of the 2nd world warPublished 1 month ago by Lyn Hunt
I knew John Buxton 50+ years ago, so for me this is a fascinating book.Published 7 months ago by Christopher Wright
Went on too long and I never felt it had much 'meat' on the story. But interesting how the birds helped with the prisoners sanity when in such a dreadful place in their lives.Published 11 months ago by SA Kenya
Haven't yet read this book but the reviews look good and am keen to do so.Published 13 months ago by Sheila Phyall
This book puts a very different light on the trials and tribulations endured by our service men during WW.2 who were unfortunate to spend time in POW camps.Published 13 months ago by Mr D Bainbridge
Not quite what I expected. Too many references to letters home. But all the same an interesting read.Published 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
An interesting historical topic but not very well done. Between the snippets of information on PoW camp life and death, the fascinating involvement of Erwin Stresemann (the major... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Dr. M. Peaker