British Prisoners of War in Italy: Paths to Freedom ebook
by Malcolm Edward Tudor
In September 1943 fifty thousand Allied prisoners of war fled their camps after the Italian Armistice and Surrender. The Allies had landed in the south
In September 1943 fifty thousand Allied prisoners of war fled their camps after the Italian Armistice and Surrender. The Allies had landed in the south. The Germans occupied the rest of the country and brought back Benito Mussolini as head of a puppet Fascist republic. The escapers were aided by a secret army of Italian civilians and members of the Resistance.
Malcolm Tudor (Goodreads Author). I came to write my books as the result of my family's experience of war. My British father was a soldier with the 8th Army in Italy and my Italian mother and grandparents lived in the Fascist north and helped escaped many Allied prisoners of war. I grew up with stories of I am the author of nine military history books on Italy during the Second World War and also of an e-book on creative writing.
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My books are: 'British Prisoners of War in Italy: Paths to Freedom,' 'Escape from Italy 1943-45,' and 'Special Force: SOE and the Italian Resistance 1943-1945,' all from Emilia Publishing
My books are: 'British Prisoners of War in Italy: Paths to Freedom,' 'Escape from Italy 1943-45,' and 'Special Force: SOE and the Italian Resistance 1943-1945,' all from Emilia Publishing. I welcome contact with veterans and their relatives and am keen to relate the story of the people's war in Italy. Malcolm Tudor e-mail Malcolm. Find out how you can use this.
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Large numbers of German prisoners of war were held in Britain between the outbreak of the Second World War in September 1939 and late 1948. Their numbers reached a peak of around 400,000 in 1946, and then began to fall when repatriation began. The experiences of these prisoners differed in certain important respects from those of captured German servicemen held by other nations
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Find nearly any book by Malcolm Edward Tudor. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Special Force: SOE and the Italian Resistance 1943 - 1945. by Malcolm Edward Tudor. ISBN 9780953896424 (978-538964-2-4) Softcover, Emilia Publishing, 2004.
A prisoner of war (POW) is a person, whether a combatant or a non-combatant, who is held captive by a belligerent power during or immediately after an armed conflict. The earliest recorded usage of the phrase "prisoner of war" dates back to 1610.