Flight from Colditz: Would the Second World War's Most Audacious Escape Plan Have Succeeded?
By Anthony Hoskins
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Colditz Castle was one of the most famous Prisoner of War camps of the Second World War. It was there that the Germans interred their most troublesome or important prisoners.
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Flight from Colditz: Would the Second World War's Most Audacious Escape Plan Have Succeeded?
9781473848559
Frontline Books
24 January 2020
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Author Biography

Tony Hoskins started learning to glide in 1994 at the Oxford Gliding Club, RAF Weston-on-the-Green, and, alongside his flying training, soon began assisting the club's maintenance team looking after the training fleet. In 2009 he formed his own company, South East Aircraft Services, to serve the gliding industry, through maintenance, modifications and repairs.