We Flew, We Fell, We Lived: Stories From RCAF Prisoners of War and Evaders 1939-1945 , , , ,

We Flew, We Fell, We Lived: Stories From RCAF Prisoners of War and Evaders 1939-1945. Lagrandeur, Philip G. Published by Vanwell Publishing, Limited, Saint Catharines, Ontario, 2006. First Edition. 8vo up to 9½” tall. 400 pages including glossary and appendices: 1 ) Geneva Convention, 1929, Relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War; 2) War Claims Commission Report; 3) Aircraft Designs and Safety Hazards. Includes glossary, appendices and black and white illustrations throughout. Black boards, silver spine titles. In mint condition with the lightest of shelf wear to unclipped jacket.

“Torture, survival and escape. These three elements encompass We Flew, We Fell, We Lived, which recounts the experiences of Royal Canadian Air Force ex-prisoners of war and evaders from the Second World War. Forty Canadian officers and men from Bomber Command offer their personal accounts of the German treatment of allied air force personnel and the organization of POW camps”.     002237            $25

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