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Survival at Stalag IVB

soldiers and airmen remember Germany"s largest POW camp of World War II

by Tony Vercoe

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  • 26 Currently reading

Published by McFarland in Jefferson, N.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stalag IV B.,
  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Prisoners and prisons, German.,
  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementTony Vercoe.
    GenrePersonal narratives.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsD805.5.S719 V47 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3417850M
    ISBN 100786424044
    LC Control Number2005034169

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(8). Survival at Stalag IVB Book Summary: In addition to concentration camps, World War II Germany was also home to 54 prisoner-of-war camps, the largest of which was Stalag IVB. Throughout the more than five years of its existence, Stalag IVB supported numerous satellite camps, eventually housing thousands of prisoners of many nationalities.

In addition to concentration camps, World War II Germany was also home to 54 prisoner-of-war camps, the largest of which was Stalag IVB. Throughout the more than five years of its existence, Stalag IVB supported numerous satellite camps, eventually housing thousands of prisoners of many nationalities.

Here Poles, French, Belgians, British, Americans, Dutch and Russians. Stalag IV-B was one of the largest prisoner-of-war camps in Germany during World War II. Stalag is an abbreviation of the German Stammlager ("Main Camp"). It was located 8 km ( mi) north-east of the town of Mühlberg in the prussian Province of Saxony, just east of the Elbe river and about 30 mi (48 km) north of to it belonged to the Province of Halle Controlled by: Nazi Germany.

Get this from a library. Survival at Stalag IVB book Survival at Stalag IVB: soldiers and airmen remember Germany's largest POW camp of World War II. [Tony Vercoe] -- "This first-person historical document recalls day-to-day life in Stalag IVB, beginning with technical details such as the background and layout of Germany's largest POW camp.

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Survival at Stalag IVB by Tony Vercoe,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(5). In April we were really pleased to hear from Ervin Szpek Jr that the Chicago Stalag IVB Association met for their 30th annual reunion luncheon on Friday 21st April in Countryside Illinois to celebrate the 72nd anniversary of survival and liberation of Stalag IVB on 23rd April by the Russian Army.

An in-depth look at POW life at the Stalag Luft IV prison camp, located at Grosstychow, Poland. This book describes the horrors of imprisonment, including the infamous four-month forced march of the inmates in the dead of winter. It tells the moving story of the unbreakable spirit that allowed the inmates to survive.

Contains hundreds of personal stories of the survivors along with. My Dad, Wallace J. Eisenhauer - who is still alive at the age of 86 - was a POW at the following POW camps until the liberation by Russians: Jacobstahl, Benghazi, Tuturano, Stalag IVB.

He has much memorabilia including his POW dog-tag from Stalag IVB and a suberb cloth signed by over fellow POW's. Throughout the more than five years of its existence, Stalag IVB supported numerous satellite camps, eventually housing thousands of prisoners of many nationalities.

Here Poles, French, Belgians, British, Americans, Dutch and Russians fought to survive in a place where life's most basic needs were barely fulfilled. Interned in the camp for /5(7). Tony Vercoe is the author of Survival at Stalag Ivb ( avg rating, 6 ratings, 1 review, published ) and Yesterday's drums ( avg rating, 0 ratin 5/5.

Table of Contents for Survival at Stalag IVB: soldiers and airmen remember Germany's largest POW camp of World War II / Tony Vercoe, available from the Library of Congress.

Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog. Survival at Stalag IVB: soldiers and airmen remember Germany's largest POW camp of World War II. McFarland. ^ Biega, Bill C. Thirteen is My Lucky Number. Syrena Press. ISBN X.

^ "Zeithain Memorial Grove". Retrieved 4 December ^ "Glasstelen erinnern an Opfer zweier Diktaturen. Throughout the /2 years of its existence, Stalag IVB supported numerous satellite camps, eventually housing thousands of prisoners of many nationalities. Here Poles, French, Belgians, British, Americans, Dutch and Russians fought to survive in a place where life's most basic needs were barely : Tony Vercoe.

Stalag IV B was the largest POW camp on German soil during the Second World War and was opened in September From tocaptured soldiers from 33 nations passed through the camp. Stalag IV B was liberated by the Red Army on 23 April 3, internees perished in the camp due to sickness and life circumstances.

In he followed this account with another,Survival at Stalag IVB: Soldiers and Airmen Remember Germany's Largest POW Camp of World War II. The book tells of his and others' hardships in Stalag IVB, a prisoner-of-war camp in Germany that interned thousands of Allied soldiers from a number of countries.Introduction The men on this page are just a sample of the thousands of prisoners who passed through P.G.

59 during the Second World War. They represent the first Camp 59 POWs I was aware of in I had honor of getting the know three of the men first-hand—Ralph Hoag, Roland Rakow, and Neil.Bomber Command Commemorative Association - Victoria Inc.

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