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on 2 October 2010
This is an interesting and unusual story of a Luftwaffe Officer, starting from his crashlanding in the UK in Oct.1940 and continuing with his experiences as a prisoner of war and his many attempts to escape from his prison camp in Canada.

Whilst he doesn't of course deny his patriotism for his fatherland, he neverless shows a degree of humility unusual amongst many of his contempories who have writen similar accounts of being a german fighter pilot in WW2.

Steinhilper comes over as a basicaly decent and thoughtful man who has benefited from his experiences and has a valid and worthwhile story to tell.
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