A Wartime Log

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Howell Press, 1994 - History - 208 pages
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With watercolors extracted from food can labels and paint-brushes made from their own hair, downed WWII American airmen illustrated their experiences as prisoners of war in blank books provided by the YMCA. Excerpts are collected here.

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A wartime log

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Among supplies shipped via the International Red Cross to U.S. prisoners of war in Germany during World War II were blank books supplied by the YMCA with an inscription that read partly, "This log ... Read full review

Contents

For You the War Is Over
49
Name Rank and Serial Number
68
The Prisoner
77
Copyright

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