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33 Months As A POW In Stalag Luft III: A WWII Airman Tells His Story
by Albert P Clark
An American World War II prisoner tells his story of the Great Escape.
Many fascinating stories of the Great Escape have been told since the end of World War II. Not until now has the story of General Albert P Clark, the first combat personnel captured in US uniform by the Germans, been told. In his 33 months in the infamous prisoner of war camp Stalag Luft III, General Clark was involved in and responsible for directing escape work among American prisoners. His tale of courage and perseverance is accentuated by the stark photographs he took from the inside with a pinhole camera.
The author was sixteen at the time of the attack on Pearl Harbor, and married her sweetheart Paul Ehrlich before he went off to war. Paul served in the 492nd BG as the co-pilot of the Hudson Crew R-25 (904) and in the 467th BG at Rackheath when he was shot down and became a POW.
The book presents both sides of the couple's story — his as a pilot and subsequent POW, hers as a home-front wife.
Published 1993 by Vantage Press, Inc
121 pages · 8 pages of photos · hard cover, dust jacket