Silent Battle

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One of the least known (and least appreciated) realities of the first world war is what men had endured as prisoners of war in Germany hands. Silent Battle PDF EBook Captives in an enemy nation, whose only hope was to survive to wars' end and their eventual liberation from stark conditions of captivity by the defeat of the German Axis is a fundamental part of military history and as important as any treatise of battles and campaign theaters. The quiet dignity and (in some cases) years of quiet struggle are told factually and insightfully in Desmond Morton's Silent Battle: Canadian Prisoners of War in Germany, 1914- PDF1919. Like this book? Read online this: European Land Battles 1944-1945 (Military History of World War II, Vol 2), Silent.

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