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Fate of a prisoner and other stories

Denys Johnson-Davies

Fate of a prisoner and other stories

by Denys Johnson-Davies

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Published by Quartet in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementDenys Johnson-Davies
The Physical Object
Pagination222 p. ;
Number of Pages222
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18108854M
ISBN 100704381184

The Priest Barracks of Dachau Concentration (in German Pfarrerblock, or Priesterblock) incarcerated clergy who had opposed the Nazi regime of Adolf December , Berlin ordered the transfer of clerical prisoners held at other camps, and Dachau became the . Such are the stories that take the reader through time-travel into the past or the future. The reader is able to re-live the story in his mind simply because a book has captured the life out of the story. Books like these could only be written by a sterling author. Jeffrey Archer is one such author manifesting literary greatness in himself.

Women's clothing, shoes, bags, accessories and beauty. Free returns.   Inside Hut , the prisoners of war building the Harry tunnel—who included many British airmen as well as Americans, Canadians, Australians, French and other Allied pilots—toiled for .

As prisoners' residual fitness ebbed away, some abandoned hope and acquiesced to a fate that soon overtook them. A feeling of loneliness was a contributory factor in the deaths of many. "The office is the first hut." The soldier gestured vaguely with his rifle. "You'll find the commander in there." The office was sparse: a trestle table, an elderly typewriter, a filing cabinet, a field telephone and a couple of flimsy wooden chairs, with a step up to the door, and a second door at the further end.


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