P.O.W. Wartime Log of F/Sgt. T.D.Glenn Paperback – 20 Aug 2010
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As well as containing his thoughts and day to day events, this recreation also contains scanned images of Tommy's sketches and drawings plus details on each of the crew members of "Able", a photo of "Able" and the graves of the two men who went down with her.
This book is a unique personal account of life as a P.O.W. in World War II.
The log is a word-for-word recreation of the wartime diary of Tom Glenn as his time as a prisoner of war in World War II by Tom's daughter-in-law, Rosamund Glenn and Tom's grandson, Rod Glenn. Tom lived in Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne until his death in 2000.